Theresa May’s press conference in Brussels this morning has offered up even more footage for the calamity Con’s outtakes reel.
The Times reveals today that David Davis is going to give the Cabinet an “upbeat assessment” of Britain’s prospects in a ‘no deal’ scenario.
Boris Johnson said this week that it was a “scandal” that Labour MPs were willing to appear on Russia Today, accusing them of “continuing to validate and legitimate that kind of propaganda.”
Without a majority and facing a rebellion from their own MPs, Tory whips thought they had a cunning plan to avoid an embarrassing defeat over the Government’s flagship welfare policy.
The part time Tory MP who’s missing a vote to officiate over a football match tonight previously promised to put his constituents before his “hobby”.
If a woman announces she’s two months pregnant in September, she is likely to give birth around April. That’s the answer to a maths question for primary school children, not “breaking news”.
The post-Brexit trade plan being advocated by Jacob Rees-Mogg could endanger up to 1.4 million jobs, research published today reveals.
The hate crime statistics published by the Home Office today make grim reading.
Labour MPs have been referring to Theresa May as the “interim Prime Minister” since the general election results stripped her of all authority, but we didn’t anticipate any Tories running with the mischievous – although fundamentally true – monicker.
The Tory Transport Secretary got a taste of what its really like to be a commuter today when his policy launch descended into a PR nightmare straight from the Thick of It.