The Health Secretary answered questions about the NHS with equal confidence.
Lobbyists remain fearful of a no-deal Brexit but worry they will lose access to government if they speak out.
Watch as Anna Soubry performs a psychic act back in her old TV days and exactly predicts the fortunes of her future pro-EU party… Some people never change (UK)…
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In comments given to ConservativeHome after the incident he said “The police have not contacted me at all” but that he “apologise[s] unreservedly”.
After next week’s PMQs, the SNP’s Pete Wishart is tabling a Ten Minute Rule Bill that would establish the position of an ‘Acting Prime Minister’ and require Cabinet appointments to be approved by MPs, further weakening the executive against Parliament. In Wishart’s own words it would: “Make provision for the House of Commons to nominate […]
“This daughter of immigrants, needs no lectures from the North London metropolitan liberal elite.”
The Home Secretary declares that the Conservatives will “renew our place as the party of law and order”.
The Brexit Party has announced a series of rallies in the lead up to the October 31st Brexit deadline.
Nigel Farage will headline all the events – in Watford, Camborne, and the Queen Elizabeth Centre in the heart of Westminster – under the slogan We Are Ready.
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The eerie atmosphere at this conference is the calm in a party which wants to come back together.
Lost Lives is a beautiful film about a grim period of local history. The sober spoken words strike into your sou;. It is art, hung on a wide cinematic screen in a dark gallery that doubles as a cinema screen. It’s provocative, raw, touching, and melancholy. It’s a lamentation rather than a documentary. It’s not over. But it should be. And it must be.
After a slue of late night receptions with Tory members, Boris was denied his much needed caffeine hit this morning by his press team – all because it came in the wrong cup. When Number 10 Press Secretary Rob Oxley handed the Prime Minister a cup of coffee, it was swiftly snatched away by events […]
Making his debut at the dispatch box, the new Treasury Minister Simon Clarke confidently tore down McDonnell’s absurd urgent question on short positions taken against the pound in the lead up to a possible no-deal Brexit. Something Guido and many others have comprehensively debunked before… Clarke blasted the question as the shadow chancellor propagating myths and […]
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Boris Johnson seems caught in an impossible bind. The European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act – the Benn […]
The police had to be called to the Tory Conference’s international stand roughly twenty minutes ago to investigate a supposed fracas. Video shows officers entering the lounge and then moving press and onlookers away from the incident. Police moving press away from incident pic.twitter.com/pYAGnR0zEI — Alex Cadier (@alexcadier) October 1, 2019 A Norwegian MP inside […]
New YouGov polling has revealed that more leave Leave voters now think that the Tory party is a pro-Brexit party in a direct contrast to the last time the question was asked. Back in April, Leave voters were found to be substantially more likely to think the Tories were actually anti-Brexit (40%) than pro-Brexit (23%). […]
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In partnership with Raytheon UK, we present Ben Wallace’s interview about his priorities with Mark Wallace.
Ever the unconventional presenter, Piers Morgan attempted an impersonation of Steve Bray this morning, taking to heckling Boris with a megaphone. It seemed to (almost) work…
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A man has been arrested after dousing himself in petrol outside Parliament’s Carriage Gate entrance. Man next to me at Parliament’s carriage gates appears to have poured (what smells like) petrol on himself. Incredibly brave response from police, who are now helping him. — Huw Merriman (@HuwMerriman) October 1, 2019 A BBC employee in the […]
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Unless you have been living in a nuclear bunker, you will know that the UK Supreme Court held […]
This site and Onward co-host a discussion between the Foreign Secretary and the LBC broadcaster.
It’s difficult to over-emphasise the depth of the crisis about to engulf the Scottish Conservative Party. The post-Ruth era demanded that any new leader stamp their authority on the party, and Jackson Carlaw has done that by by-passing his own co…
The prime minister said the claims could also be an attempt to distract from his domestic agenda.
British prime minister refuses to deny that Britain could act as a spoiler should it be forced to stay in the EU against his government’s will.
Johnson to produce his plan for alternative to Irish backstop “Boris Johnson will finally unveil his detailed plan for Brexit… Read more »
Introduction In a succinct and surprisingly unanimous judgment in Miller and Cherry  UKSC 41 the UK Supreme […]
The government would like to implement its vision for a ‘Global Britain’ after Brexit. But, says Stephen Woolcock (LSE), for the next few years at least companies are likely to favour the continuity of European trading practices. He looks at the factors shaping that preference. There are competing visions for British trade policy: ‘Global Britain’, which sees a sovereign Britain […]
The key test seems to be whether or not an MP is prepared to pledge their full support to the Conservative manifesto at the next election.
The Irish Government have failed to grasp the extent to which unionist concerns would be listened in London.
UK PM wants to replace Irish backstop with customs checkpoints on either side of the border.