Whilst individual ministers rise and fall, overall the Government goes to the polls with a lot of goodwill from grassroots Conservatives.
“What we’ll do is make sure that the Government, and Parliament, has got control.”
There are only a few more days of campaigning left in the Canadian general election, with a strictly managed campaign period of 36 days culminating next Monday with the country going to the polls. This might seem a far distance from Brexit, where deadlock and delays have led to a seemingly never-ending saga. However, with […]
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Boris Johnson has easily had the most turbulent first few weeks as Prime Minister in recent history, quickly losing his majority, being compelled by Parliament to potentially surrender to the European Union, and even (dubiously) found to “acted unlawfully” by a Scottish court. Since taking the helm in June, he has faced obstacle after obstacle […]
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After winning the Conservative leadership race and becoming our new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has been about the business of State. One of his most crucial Cabinet positions is his Brexit Secretary. However, during the last three years the role has been verging on ceremonial. Theresa May tied the hands of her Brexit Secretaries in […]
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