Well, knock me down with a Christmas pudding! William Hague has chosen what is virtually Christmas Eve to tell elderly, Tory and EU-wary readers of the Daily Telegraph that he plans to vote for Britain to stay in the European Union when the great day comes. Many will be baffled, then quite cross.
Lord Feldman, the Conservative chairman and close friend of David Cameron, has been accused of undermining the party’s commitment to neutrality in the EU referendum by helping to raise funds for the in campaign.
David Cameron will become “a laughing stock across the world” if he gives ministers a free vote in the EU referendum, according to Lord Heseltine, the Conservative former deputy prime minister.
Hold your ground, keep going – and stay true to your principles.
Jeremy Corbyn has spoken of being appalled at the response of MPs after the shadow foreign secretary, Hilary Benn, made a fiery speech in favour of the UK joining airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria.
Ed Miliband has vowed to build a “high-ambition coalition” of UK businesses, trade unions and civic society to challenge the government’s “backward” environmental policies.
The demise of New Labour and election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader will kill the Labour party unless a new “project” is born to champion modern progressive policies on the centre ground, a leading figure in Tony Blair’s former administration says.
Jeremy Corbyn has told Labour councils that there is no point setting an illegal budget in response to local government cuts, spurning calls to emulate the party’s resistance to Whitehall-imposed budget cuts in the 1980s.
Hillary Clinton may be the next US president. Theresa May is likely to be the UK prime minister. Beyonce's prophecy that girls "Rule the World" may be coming true.
I’ve joined for a number of reasons but primarily to have a say in the current leadership election.
Theresa May – The new PM will be looking to appoint a unity cabinet with a good mix of ministers who supported leave and remain.