Britain’s interior minister Sajid Javid, a contender to replace Theresa May, said on Monday if he was prime minister he would pursue a deal to leave the European Union and would offer
“A small chink of light for business,” is how the CBI described the parliamentary Rebel Alliance’s bill to block this gangster government’s brutally destructive no-deal Brexit.
Reshuffle speculation may seem like a pointless branch of political commentary. It is just gossip, isn’t it? And it is usually wrong. Yet it is the stuff of politics. It matters who is in which job, in government and in opposition.
Britain’s plan to raise the minimum wage to two-thirds of median earnings, taking it to 10.50 pounds ($13.58) an hour, was endorsed by an independent review
His political enemies had taken to calling Sajid Javid “Chino”: “Chancellor in name only”. Now even the “name only” bit has gone and it seems to be 10 Downing Street,
It will come as a surprise to absolutely no one that the Conservative Party is once again having to provide its own opposition to the government, this time
The headline grabbing part of the Institute for Fiscal Studies’ annual audit of Britain’s public finances is that Boris Johnson’s beloved no-deal Brexit will push the government’s annual borrowing bill to a 50-year-high.
The United Kingdom will leave the European Union on Oct.31, hopefully with a deal, finance minister Sajid Javid said on Monday.
“Hopefully we leave with a deal,” Javid told ITV. “If we cannot strike a deal,
SajidJavid’s appointment as health secretary is more significant than it looks. Some Conservative MPs interpreted it as Boris Johnson installing a loyal ally to counterbalance the power of Rishi Sunak, his heir apparent as prime minister.
Yes, Matt Hancock has left a shameful legacy and he had to go. But although he was reckless in his private life, he was cautious about public policy. Of course he was a silly, massive hypocrite who put the public support for the struggle against COVID at risk for lust; yet when he’d finished