The Government appears to have launched a bid for Britain to be declared the European capital of irony in response to the latest Brexit setback.
Theresa May will be turning green quicker than her party’s council seats this morning as she hears the news of another by-election defeat.
Philip Hammond’s headline housing policy was meant to help the Tories win over young people – instead its unravelling into another budget blunder that inadvertently proves his party has nothing to offer them.
One of the better measures in today’s budget was a review into a practice of land banking – big housebuilderssitting on land rather than constructing homes in the hope of making bigger profits later.
Philip Hammond’s bid to paint a rosy picture of the economy under the Tories was dealt a crushing blow when Britain’s economic prospects were massively downgraded – at the very moment he was delivering the Budget.
Policies to make home ownership more affordable are expected to be the centre piece of the budget unveiled by the Chancellor today.
Boris Johnson took a battering over his multiple blunders from both sides of the House at Foreign Office Questions today.
It’s not just the pound that’s taking a tumble these days.
The Chancellor looks set to keep the public sector pay cap in tomorrow’s budget – despite his own constituents being among the hardest hit by the policy.