The Chancellor must choose between softening or abandoning George Osborne's approach in his Autumn Statement.
"Red van man".
In his long-awaited speech on immigration, the Prime Minister will set out benefit restrictions for European migrants, but this is not exactly "game-changing".
The ruling against the former chief whip and David Mellor's snobbish attack on a taxi driver have confirmed the Tories' image as "the party of the rich".
The characters change but, essentially, the plot remains the same. The old order is being thrown out. Populists of a leftist, rightist and nationalist bent are thriving.
No second night out.
Someone, somewhere in government, is spending a considerable amount of time keeping Wikipedia's entries on Scottish football up-to-date.
I’m afraid to say we made the wrong choice as Ukip are beginning to prove time and time again their insignificance in Europe.
The judge has ruled that former Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell did say the word "pleb", or something close to it, in his libel trial against the Sun's owners over the Plebgate scandal.
Mainstream parties are under siege from populist parties on the far left and right, while a new tide of nationalism is also sweeping Europe.
Durham’s formidable Pat Glass plopped her bag down next to the Ukip duo with the warning: “Touch that and you’re dead.”
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