“If 80% of the British people, say, had voted leave, you could just about justify the government heading for a hard Brexit. But it was such a narrow vote, and to take the most extreme view possible on our new relationship with our European neighbours seems anti-democratic, non-consensual … and not about trying to unite the country.” … [Read more...] about Final Brexit deal must not be Whitehall ‘stitch-up’, says Lib Dem leader
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Sending government emails on private accounts During his time under Michael Gove in 2011, Dominic Cummings was given a warning by the Information Commissioner's Office for using private email accounts to conduct government business, which is "actively discouraged." … [Read more...] about Did Dominic Cummings break lockdown rules and will he resign?
In a further poll, I proposed two new parties with policies that might be expected to appeal to these two groups. ‘New Party A’ would emphasise community and society, be happy with current or higher levels of immigration, want more action to tackle climate change, support aid to poorer countries, promote rehabilitation in the criminal justice system, strongly support rights for same-sex couples, and favour international co-operation, including the closest possible links with the EU after Brexit. … [Read more...] about The public know manifestos aren’t worth the paper they’re written on: Former Conservative Party Deputy Chairman LORD ASHCROFT on how both Leave and Remain voters will never get exactly what they want