Tory big beast Clarke reveals he will seek June re-election Long sitting Tory MP and former chancellor Ken Clarke has revealed that he will seek re-election at Theresa May's June vote, despite previous plans to quit parliament.
Clarke, regarded as the last.. City A.M. 6 days ago
Diana thought John Major was 'feeble', Labour MP reveals EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: With the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death approaching, it’s still presumed that she knew nothing about current affairs but Labour MP Ann Clwyd said otherwise. MailOnline 2 weeks ago
In this interview with UKIP leader Paul Nuttall, Stig Abell quizzes him about the future of UKIP and whether he feels he's in the shadow of Nigel Farage. Source: LBC - on March 26, 2017 Former prime minister Sir John Major has called on Theresa May to inject "a little more charm and a lot less cheap rhetoric" into the Brexit negotiations. In a stinging attack, the ex-Tory leader said.. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO - on February 27, 2017
Tony Blair's bid to rob John Major of his brave legacy 'Tony Blair jumped at the opportunity of Martin McGuinness’s death to remind people of his own role in the Northern Ireland peace process.' MailOnline on March 25, 2017
QUENTIN LETTS on Economic Secretary Kirby in Parliament Economic Secretary Simon Kirby started speaking and out came an unusually strangulated voice. Part Janet Street-Porter, part John Major, part turkey, writes QUENTIN LETTS. MailOnline on March 22, 2017
'Defect or RESIGN': Tim Farron calls MPs to the Lib Dems Tim Farron claimed the last four Prime Ministers - David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and Sir John Major - now had more in common with his party than their own. MailOnline on March 19, 2017 John Major compares Tory hard Brexiteers to right-wing football hooligans Former prime minister accuses 'ultras' of winning referendum with 'fake facts and bogus promise' Independent on March 19, 2017
John Major's plea for Theresa May to disown Brexiteers The former Prime Minister says Boris Johnson is part of a group of Tory ‘Ultra Brexiteers’ determined to silence all opposition to a ‘complete break’ with Brussels, with ‘disastrous’.. MailOnline on March 19, 2017 Theresa May told to apologise to families of veterans for Iraq... The Prime Minister should say sorry to the families of British soldiers who died in Iraq and Afghanistan – who might have missed the unveiling of a new memorial. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.. Frome Standard on March 9, 2017 Also reported by • Western Gazette • Western Daily Press • Central Somerset Gazette • Cheddar Valley Gazette • Shepton Mallet Journal • Somerset Guardian • Wells Journal
Heseltine complains of being treated like 'an old f**t' Lord Heseltine, 83, moaned about the treatment of himself and fellow Tory grandees John Major and Ken Clarke during and interview with TalkRadio. MailOnline on March 9, 2017 Lamont warns that Brexit is "under attack" A former Conservative chancellor has warned that Brexit is “under attack”, calling on the House of Lords to “see sense”.
Lord Lamont said yesterday that Prime Minister Theresa May should.. City A.M. on March 6, 2017
The chancellor is right to be bullish on Brexit Philip Hammond isn’t known as Westminster’s most exciting MP.
He lacks the bombast of a Boris Johnson or the polished ambition of a George Osborne. And yet, he has emerged as one of the most.. City A.M. on March 6, 2017 John Major weighs in to Brexit debate Former prime minister John Major is deeply vexed over the over-optimism of Brexiteers.
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Ministers cannot afford to echo Sir John Major's nervousness over Brexit For someone so dull, John Major manages to provoke passionate reactions. Among those who welcomed his latest intervention in the great Brexit debate he is hailed as a wise and respected grandfather to.. City A.M. on March 1, 2017 EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Tory MP pokes fun at Sir John Major Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg explains compassionately: ‘I can understand why the man who led the Conservatives to their worst defeat in the best part of 100 years is upset with the electorate.’ MailOnline on March 1, 2017 With talk of melons, Boris left them abuzz QUENTIN LETTS: Boris Johnson did not bother to mention Sir John Major by name. No need. When Boris talked about ‘people droning and moaning’ we could all imagine that nasal, queen-hornet voice MailOnline on March 1, 2017