It struck me recently that I could feasibly pay my mortgage off by 2018 via pro-Trump punditry alone, if only I could summon enough blackness in my soul to cheerlead his planned closure of Mississippi’s one remaining abortion clinic
It is worth putting on the record now that when that picture of Michael Gove, double thumbs up with Trump in front of a framed Playboy, becomes a notorious embarrassment, he had no alibi. That he was not following orders: his German co-interviewee from Bild, declined to make the gesture
Shadow Foreign Secretary says Britain will be a ‘small player’ in the negotiations – making it easier for the United States to get its way
But Mr Gove does have history on this sort of thing
It is curious that the Prime Minister should deliver a speech acknowledging huge additional demand on the health service, and then to fail to set out how these demands can be met
Failure to strike a deal could require £9bn in subsidies to forms, a separate report also warns
Essex academy looks to crack down on late arrivals
A former permanent secretary at the Treasury fears the departure of Sir Ivan Rogers may indicate experts are no longer wanted - as Michael Gove first suggested
This year's winner was congratulated for her 'exceptional contribution to comtemporary visual art'
Top rankings dominated by countries including Singapore, South Korea and Japan, with no significant advancements in England's performance
Mr Farage said he has heard 'lots of voices in business in the United Kingdom saying it would make sense' if he became US ambassador
The independent Office for Budget Responsibility hit back - pointing out that, in its gloomy economic calculations, the so-called ‘Brexit dividend’ had already been spent
In trying to avoid the political problem of a pitched battle in Parliament, with possible defeats and retreats, the Government might jump into a legal quagmire
'Can I just say in their defence … their son was babysitting their two dogs. They left the dogs as well. I think it’s absolutely fine,' says Johnson
The former Education Secretary is reported to have defended his act
It’s rare to see Britain’s leading political parties finding some sort of common ground across a spectrum of issues, rarer still to see two opposing MP’s endorsing each other.