On the face of it, this looks a tactical mistake. But the sight of MPs finally speaking truthfully about the state of Britain's politics was too positive to resist.
Downing Street's statement following its latest defeat in the Commons is bordering on functionally insane.
The government has been defeated by MPs on propositions that they themselves backed two weeks ago. The whole edifice of blather and nonsense is coming tumbling down.
The absence of a hard border is not the peace, but it makes peace work. Threatening it is an act of historic vandalism.
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BASC has been honoured at the Great British Shooting Awards for its ‘Outstanding Contribution to Conservation.’
BASC has welcomed the government’s commitment to ensuring a ‘sustainable, mutually beneficial’ relationship between shooting and conservation.
Education Secretary argues ‘this is a Christian country’ as he defends decision to open new 100% selective faith schools
In an interview with ConservativeHome in which he has defended the decision to allow new 100% religiously selective state schools to open, Education Secretary Damian Hinds argued that the UK is a Christian country and used this to justify Christianity’s prominent role in British politics. Humanists UK has expressed alarm at someone who is responsible for overseeing the education of England’s children acting in such a partial manner.
Work is now well underway to create a 16-acre thriving wetland habitat in Barton upon Humber, thanks to a £100,000 loan from The Wildlife Habitat Charitable Trust (WHCT).