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Theresa May's blinkered view of injustice: Mirror Politics morning briefing
Frances O’Grady made a surprising revelation yesterday: she has met Angela Merkel more times than she has met Theresa May.The TUC general secretary, who represents six million trade union members, saysshe only had one meeting with the Prime Ministersince she entered Downing Street two years’ ago.You
New cash for grammar schools represents a rare May move – emulating David Cameron
Is Theresa May bringing back bringing back grammar schools? Selective schools are to receive £50m in funding for new places from the government under plans announced today.The news has naturally been spun as an attempt to disinter the corpse of an old May favourite. A new generation of grammars was
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Free-market eurosceptics join forces
While free marketeers from politics and think tanks launched a new eurosceptic network in Brussels on Monday (5 December), the possible election of David Cameron as UK conservative leader could prompt the formation of a new anti-EU integration group in the European Parliament.Both initiatives have e
Donald Trump's letters to David Cameron complaining wind farms were 'blighting' the landscape in Scotland
But, sitting in his office in May 2012, in the New York skyscraper that bears his name, Donald Trump had more practical matters on his mind.
Former Labour Cabinet minister Dame Tessa Jowell dies aged 70
Dame Tessa, who was 70, was diagnosed with aglioblastoma multiforme brain tumour in May last year, suffered a haemorrhage on Friday, and had been in a coma until her death on Saturday, a spokesman for the family said.
Boris Johnson’s ‘crazy’ remark is seismic: the cabinet Brexit split is out in the open | Steve Richards
It’s common to see Conservative prime ministers in torment over Europe, struggling weakly to reach agreement with insurrectionary cabinet ministers. Even so the public declaration by the foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, that Theresa May’s proposal for a customs “partnership” with Europe is “crazy”
Former Tory defence minister slammed by parliament’s revolving door watchdog
Sir Julian, who served as defence minister underDavid Cameronfrom July 2014 until July 2016, has been criticised for failing to inform parliament’s revolving door watchdog — the advisory committee on business appointments (ACOBA) — before starting a job at Pathway - a security consultancy.
British Political Turmoil Makes America's Look Like Amateur Hour
Boris Johnson stabbed David Cameron in the back. Michael Gove stabbed David Cameron in the back. Michael Gove stabbed Boris Johnson in the back. It’s very simple.
Nigel Farage's UKIP Dies a Painful Death in English Elections
With the party's dream of leaving the EU nearly complete, it's been tossed onto the scrapheap of history. The United Kingdom Independence Party-once described by former Prime Minister David Cameron as a group of "fruitcakes, loonies, and closet racists"-has been consigned to the scrapheap of history
Forcing transparency on UK Tax Havens: the art of the impossible
Five years ago this month, I walked into Her Majesty’s Treasury and was told, categorically, that forcing transparency on UK tax havens was legally impossible. This week, it happened.
The immigrant’s son who grew up to become UK home secretary
LONDON:After election of Sadiq Khan as mayor of London, Sajid Javid – also the son of a bus driver of Pakistani origin – has been appointed as British home secretary, which is the second most important post after prime minister.
David Cameron's memoirs 'delayed until next year' amid fears former Prime Minister has writer's block
Mr Cameron has a £800,000 contract with William Collins, part of the HarperCollins Publishers empire, to write his account of his time in office. The autobiography had been expected to be published this Autumn.
The wilful fostering of ignorance - Scrapping teaching history
Any suggestion that the election of Donald Trump or that the 52/48 Brexit, vote could not have been achieved without the support of a cohort of ignorant, poorly educated voters would be dismissed as the kind of patronising arrogance that means Hilary Clinton can spend more time with her granddaughte
Influential Mumsnet Site Censors Day for Freedom, Freedom of Speech Discussion
The march, due to take place in central London on Sunday, May 6th, stands in opposition to the recent silencing of prominent right-wing and pro-freedom of speech figures online by social media companies. The event as announced will bring together voices including Breitbart London editor in chief Rah
This isn’t class war. It’s right to treat CVs from old Etonians differently
But in fairness to Justine Greening, maybe she was referring strictly to the research evidence when sheadvised employers to look more sceptically on the CVs of public school boys. The former education secretary reportedly told a meeting in New York that faced with a choice between an old Etonian wit
Mary Portas: 'Decision-making doesn’t have to be alpha male'
Mary Portashas certainly met a lot of leaders. She’s worked with brands including John Lewis, Harvey Nichols and Harrods, and even had a short stint advising David Cameron’s government on high-street retail. But it’s not dealing with the big cheeses that she finds toughest. “The toughest business de
U.K. home minister Amber Rudd brought down by immigration scandal
Amber Rudd had been due to make a statement to Parliament on Monday over what has become known as theWindrush scandal, which refers to the people — nurses, railway workers, engineers — who came to the U.K. from the Caribbean more than half a century ago to help it rebuild after the devastation of Wo
Delay elections in favor of power-sharing agreements in fragile states, David Cameron says
Cameron is the chair of theLSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development, a joint project of theLondon School of Economics,Oxford Universityand theInternational Growth Centre. He saidthe commission’s reportfound that one of the biggest problems with the response to fragility is im
David Cameron says West needs to 'rediscover its democratic mojo'
David Cameron has said the West should "rediscover it's democratic mojo" and called for "a bit of a fightback" against populism. The former prime minister was speaking at the launch of a report on "fragile states" in Washington. Asked about the rise of populist movements in Western democracies, he s