Last quote by Steve Richards
Talk of a reshuffle is toxic. This prime minister’s fate is sealed, and sacking Boris Johnson could hasten the end. Forget about a lost voice and a backdrop to a stage falling apart. Last week’s Conservative conference is ancient history. It is Europe that torments Theresa May and will bring her down, as it was Europe that triggered her rise to the top. With the Conservative party, it is always Europe. During her statement to the Commons on Monday afternoon her demeanour was impressively calm and stable, but the evasive and contorted content pointed to impossible storms ahead.feedback
Steve Richards has most recently been quoted in an article called Now Jeremy Corbyn must say no to Brexit: the time for evasions is over. Steve Richards said, “There is no option of a ‘soft’ Brexit, and Labour’s mockery of the Conservative government’s position rings hollow when its own position is a mess• Steve Richards is a political commentator and broadcaster.”. Steve Richards has been quoted a grand total of 5 times in 5 articles.
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Quotes by Steve Richards
Aug 21 2017
There is no option of a ‘soft’ Brexit, and Labour’s mockery of the Conservative government’s position rings hollow when its own position is a mess• Steve Richards is a political commentator and broadcaster.feedback
Jul 04 2017
The Thatcherite mission of cuts and privatisation is in reverse. Government can again connect with the people• Steve Richards is author of The Rise of the Outsiders: How Mainstream Politics Lost Its Way.feedback
May 29 2017
The Labour and Tory manifestos both accept the need for tax rises and market regulation. Even Blair at his peak didn’t achieve that consensus. Electoral patterns in the UK are wild and unruly. Since the financial crash in 2008 the UK has elected a coalition, and delivered David Cameron a tiny majority only for the triumphant prime minister to resign a year later: a speedy departure without precedent.feedback
Apr 18 2017
These terms are ubiquitous and, given that David Cameron, Tony Blair and George Osborne sign up to the description, now dangerously misleading too. With politics in a state of bewildering flux, three terms recur that attempt to make sense of it all. The complacent application of these terms is partly responsible for Brexit, and could delay the formation of a formidable opposition to a seemingly dominant Conservative party.feedback
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