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The government will want to give clear advice to tourists heading for Greece (in a few weeks’ time that includes quite a few MPs, I understand, who have holidays booked there).
The pre-briefing on Sir Howard Davies’ report on airport capacity focused on the Gatwick caveat – we like Heathrow but Gatwick will do. The final report is written nothing like
David Cameron ended up getting the prestigious 11pm slot to speak for about 5 minutes about Britain’s renegotiation. A source said the Prime Minister didn’t notice if anyone had left
Those mighty struggles that the EU is wrestling with today – Greece and migration – go to the heart of the “out” campaigners best hopes of winning.
The IMF like their emergency economic plans from debtor countries pretty heavy on the spending cuts, light on the tax rises. The Tsipras plan was the very opposite.
If David Cameron demands a lot of time from leaders at this week’s EU summit, he risks looking like someone knocking on the door asking for milk when the neighbours’ house is on
The government is acutely aware that some of the voters critical to its victory in swing seats were workers at the lower end of the pay scale who were claiming tax credits.
There’s an update from Sir John Chilcot’s Iraq Inquiry – but you may feel it doesn’t shed much light…
The big debate now is over a renegotiation which will be followed by a giant safety valve for backbench discontent: their longed-for referendum.