Mark Francois on the mess we’re in, and his belief that a Brexiteer will...

ON Tuesday Kathy Gyngell went to the House of Commons (just before Mrs May put forward her latest ten-point WA package) to meet the Tories’ most trenchant and diehard MP, Mark Francois, the member...

Thatcher and Boris – compare and contrast

SO it looks like Boris Johnson could become Prime Minister. Dear reader, you can only imagine my delight, my excitement that ‘Boris’ will finally get what he wants and move into Number 10. It was...

My plastic-munching plan to end poverty

ARE you worried that there seem to be more parties than policies at the moment? The EUnuchs don’t seem to have any positive ideas. Neither does the Brexit Party offer any exciting suggestions for what we...

Freddie Starr ate the Guardian’s racists

IT might be surprising to realise this, but the UK is one of the least racist countries in the world. Institutional racism is lower here than in other major European countries. Our genuine Far...

Reader’s comment: The lesson of Churchill

In reply to The Conservative Woman: Our poll: Nige, by a landslide, rtj1211 wrote: The question not being asked is 'What kind of Britain will the electorate want post Brexit Nigel-style?' Readers here know what they want...

Reader’s comment: Andrea the Angry

In reply to The Conservative Woman: The Toppling of Theresa Day 48, C Larssen wrote: No doubt Andrea Leadsom is 'furious' yet again. How 'furious' does she have to become to WALK?

Reader’s comment: Truly ghastly Zoe

In reply to Julie Lynn: You know, Zoe, you’re kind of a pain in the neck; Colonel Mustard wrote: Williams is a truly ghastly example of everything that is wrong with the UK, not least in...

The Toppling of Theresa: Day 48

MRS May may be feeling very galled but she is still today Prime Minister and Michael Gove has just said very confidently she will still be next Tuesday. Though she may be forced to put...

Brexit candidate John Longworth on the Remainers’ cynical abuse of power

John Longworth was Director-General of the British Chambers of Commerce until he broke ranks over his organisation's line on Brexit, becoming first the chairman of the Vote Leave Business Council, and then of Leave...

Our poll: Nige, by a landslide

JACOB Rees-Mogg and other signed-up loyal Tories might be backing Boris to be their party leader but if they do, and he comes up against Nigel Farage in a general election, they shouldn’t be...