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By his every deed, the US president proves he should not be welcome here. Donald Trump is not a fit and proper person to hold the office of president of the United States. That is a view widely held in the US and among America’s European allies, by politicians and diplomats in government and by rank-and-file voters repelled by his gross egoism, narcissism and what Boris Johnson, the foreign secretary, has rightly termed his “stupefying ignorance”. It is a view we wholeheartedly share and have repeatedly expressed, before and after Trump’s narrow election victory last November.feedback
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May 27 2017
Questions remain over UK’s response to terror. Last week’s terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena has left the country reeling. The days that followed have been rightly reserved for grieving for the victims, so many of them children, for reflection and tribute and for a coming together in a city that has displayed resilience, strength and compassion in the face of tragedy.feedback
May 20 2017
The Conservative proposals are full of promise but Brexit-related pitfalls are all too obvious. Theresa May’s election manifesto is a watershed moment in British politics. It defines Conservativism’s decisive and long overdue break with Thatcherism . The declaration in the statement of manifesto principles that Conservatives do not believe in the “untrammelled free market”, nor “selfish individualism and abhor social division, unfairness, inequality and injustice” is startling. No less arresting are the following paragraphs declaring a belief in the “power of government to do good” and that “nobody, however powerful, succeeded alone and we all have a debt to others”. Society, it proclaims, is “a contract between generations”.feedback
Apr 08 2017
May must focus on deep structural ills, not just Brexit. Like many advanced economies, Britain faces a profound set of economic and social challenges. What should we be doing to improve housing affordability? How can we reduce the widening gap between the country’s richest and poorest areas? What’s the solution to deepening jobs insecurity in the low-paid labour market? How do we tackle relatively high rates of illiteracy and innumeracy amongst young people? Why has wage growth come to a grinding halt in recent years? How can we ensure we provide sufficient quality care for our rapidly ageing population?feedback
Apr 01 2017
Now our isolation from Europe is clear, Brexiters turn on the ‘enemies within’What a jolly week for the hard Tory Brexiters! After nine months of whingeing and bellyaching that Remain fifth columnists were conspiring to rob them of their referendum prize, the glorious day finally dawned. Theresa May stood up in the House of Commons and formally declared the UK was quitting the European Union. A lot of rhetoric followed about how Britain remained inseparably European, how we share our EU partners’ values, and how, like an unfaithful husband walking out the door, we want to keep a “deep and special” relationship.feedback
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