The Tories have announced new plans to see Britain through the stormy waters that await HMS Brexit outside the single market – and it can only be described as an imperialist wet dream.
For most of the population, Friday’s brings a sense of relief and optimism. For Theresa May, Friday now invariably means waking up to another set of nightmare local election results.
A Tory minister has broken their silence over their opposition to the pay cap – unfortunately just not the one that matters.
Peers tend to be reasonable people and Lords committees are politically balanced – which makes the absolute rollocking given to the Government over their Brexit bill today even more noteworthy.
Theresa May played the oldest and dirtiest trick in the Tory playbook as she came under pressure over low pay at PMQs today – refusing to do anything about it and blaming outsiders.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has laid bare the extreme views that lie beneath his whimsical appearance for all to see.
Another ill-fated Tory attempt to get young people to vote against their own interests appears to have collapsed into a complex blue-on-blue conflict – even before being formally launched.
A millionaire old-Etonian who divides his time between entrenching social injustice in Parliament and raking in extra cash through his financial services firm is on course to become the next Tory leader.
News that a well known family are expecting their third child has helpfully highlighted the Tories’ hypocrisy over family planning.
Despite years of complaining about Berlin’s influence over Britain, Nigel Farage sees no reason he shouldn’t meddle in German politics.