Iain Duncan Smith has warned Rishi Sunak has two years to “deliver on the promise of Brexit”. The former Tory leader admitted “lots of things haven’t been done” and that regulatory changes are needed to make the UK a “more competitive economy
On Tuesday night, Mr Burns went on BBC Newsnight and spoke on Prime Minister Liz Truss’ economic plan, which he said will “deliver for the British people”, which included the “most vulnerable”. On Monday, Ms Truss said she was considering a real-term
Mr Brine told the Committee: “I would say that [Ms Kuenssberg’s]show got off to a challenging start in terms of major appeal outside of SW1, and on this whole issue of impartiality, by the Joe Lycett debacle,” Brine said. “He was asked
Mr Johnson said during a trip to Rwanda this weekend that he is “thinking actively” about fighting the next two general elections to become the longest-serving post-war leader. This was despite the Tories experiencing the largest ever overturning of a majority in
Boris Johnson, 57, faced yet more pressure from a familiar foe yesterday just hours after the Prime Minister narrowly won his 1922 Committee confidence vote on Monday. Mark Harper, 52, who received the backing of just 10 MPs when he challenged Mr
Tobias Ellwood, MP for Bournemouth East, argued there is an “appetite” to make “course corrections” to the current model, claiming recent polling suggests “this is not the Brexit most people imagined”. The chairman of the Commons Defence Committee said “more radical thinking
Emmanuel Macron ‘wants to avoid the debate’ says Jacobelli Emmanuel Macron headed to Marseille this weekend to hold his biggest rally of the second round so far. The incumbent is gunning for the crucial left-wing and youth vote as he fights to
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said Russia had “failed to deliver” on its “day one” objectives. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Thursday night that 137 people had been killed, and 316 wounded so far after it battled Russian invaders on three sides.