Since this site started in 2009, I’ve been tracking each year which was the most popular blog post. Let’s take a trip down memory lane. … Read the full post »
Read my posts about the Conservative MP Theresa May, who became Prime Minister in 2016 following the European referendum. She succeeded David Cameron.
Theresa May resigned in 2019 after crashing to defeat in the European Parliament elections, being succeeded by Boris Johnson.
It’s a sign of just how much both the Conservatives and Labour are flailing about at the moment that the latest polling from YouGov gives the Liberal Democrats better net ratings than either of those parties. … Read the full post »
An aide enters the Prime Minister’s office. Aide: “I have good news for you, Prime Minister.” Prime Minister looks disbelieving. … Read the full post »
An example of what Jo Swinson means by in practice about the Lib Dem record in government played out recently on Twitter when she took Theresa May to task. … Read the full post »
It’s a common feature of UK news, and UK political news in particular, that we pay a disproportionate amount of attention to the US. … Read the full post »
As consensus on #Brexit continues to be out of reach, former foreign secretary Boris the Clown has re-emerged to cause ever increasing friction for Theresa May and the kids of Londonderry. … Read the full post »
This graph most struck me in the latest polling from Lord Ashcroft, showing as it does that Jeremy Corbyn’s ratings amongst Remain voters have continued to slide. … Read the full post »
Great to see Lib Dem MP Layla Moran taking action over the Prime Minister’s offensive remarks about EU citizens. … Read the full post »
News from the Daily Mail with a dramatic escalation in the accusations about the circumstances surrounding the European referendum. … Read the full post »
Both Jeremy Corbyn for Labour and Theresa May for the Conservatives are having to try to hold together rather strained voting coalitions. … Read the full post »