Facing a fight for survival, the party knows the change it needs but is deeply unattractive to the agents of such change it wants to attract.
From £2 for a filofax to £20 for a laptop, rail lost property fees make very little sense.
The Conservatives love to claim they’re the party of business – but they keep picking fights with UK companies.
The obsession with looking tough on migration is a smokescreen letting politicians off the hook.
Angels on the head of a pin.
Almost everybody agrees with one of those statements, but hardly anybody agrees equally with both.
It is not as though we can have Brexit and the country will miraculously come back together.
The sub-GCSE history references of leading pro-Brexit politicians reveal the textbook errors of their project.
The party’s focus on a People’s Vote ignores the fact that a general election – and the potentially lethal dangers it poses – is more likely.
We already tax sugar, tobacco, and alcohol – so why not burgers?
First they came for our champagne, and I said nothing. Then they came for our Jäger.