Click Here to Download a PDF of this article Dear Mr Hancock Testing for Coronavirus and Government lockdown policies I am writing to you as Chairman of Reform UK (formerly…
Come on Boris, you can do this. Your supporters are begging, imploring for you to find your engaging, energizing, electrifying vigour and vim.
Bustling and brimming with people. Buzzing with ideas, burning with ambition. This is the central London I have always known and loved for over 30 years. Never would I imagine…
Arms-waving, lectern-thumping, hair-jumping, so Boris emerged from his recovery with a Churchillian earnest. Thankfully, some life and energy back at No 10.
The shocking news of the Prime Minister being in intensive care brings the nation together praying for his speedy recovery. This will take some time and he needs his ministerial team to rise more than ever to the challenge of getting us through and out of the crisis.
gine your worst nightmare, then the horror as you realize that it’s real. The economy is behaving like a critically ill Covid 19 victim. Cash is running out of both businesses and the overall economy in a dramatic way; in the same way that a severely ill Coronavirus patient struggles for air.
As the clock struck 11pm last Friday night, I was on stage in Parliament Square in front of a sea of tens of thousands elated Brexit supporters. Looking at hundreds of large Union Jacks fluttering brightly against the night sky, I felt a rush of optimism and confidence about what lies ahead.
Here is the latest in our series reflecting on the Brexit process with regular BrexitCentral authors and others who have played an important role in our journey out of the European Union.
Optimism abounds as people return to work. Millions of people have new-found enthusiasm, energy and hope, akin to a delicious cake baked with the trusty ingredients of political stability and economic potential.