Cameron is bike crash hero: that’s PM’s son, 11

Sunday Times, 2nd April 2017 The former prime minister may have riled “remain” supporters by holding the EU referendum but David Cameron’s son Elwen has been hailed a hero for his reactions when a cyclist fell from her bike. The 11-year-old boy and three of his friends have been praised for their quick thinking and … Continue reading Cameron is bike crash hero: that’s PM’s son, 11

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MP Carswell ‘votes Leave’ by walking out on UKIP

Sunday Times, 26th March 2017 Co-bylined with Tim Shipman, Sunday Times Political Editor For a long time it has been a relationship made in hell but yesterday it ended in a quickie divorce. Douglas Cars­well announced that his loveless marriage with Ukip was at an end and Tory MPs revealed that moves are afoot to … Continue reading MP Carswell ‘votes Leave’ by walking out on UKIP

Trump Will Work “Very Closely” With Theresa May, Says Former Campaign Manager

BuzzFeed, 17th November 2016 Co-bylined with Jim Waterson, BuzzFeed Political Editor Donald Trump’s former campaign manager has said the US president-elect will work “very closely” with prime minister Theresa May rather than relying on UKIP leader Nigel Farage when it comes to negotiations between the two countries. Corey Lewandowski, who was replaced as Trump’s campaign … Continue reading Trump Will Work “Very Closely” With Theresa May, Says Former Campaign Manager

Sajid Javid “should have been out on his ear”, says Lord Patten

Cherwell, 6th November 2016 Cabinet minister Sajid Javid should have been sacked by Theresa May for his criticism of the High Court ruling on Brexit, Lord Patten has said. Patten’s comments came on Peston on Sunday, in which he sharply criticised the Communities Secretary for his public view that the court was wrong for its ruling that … Continue reading Sajid Javid “should have been out on his ear”, says Lord Patten

If OUSU wants to be taken seriously, it should let us see what it’s up to

Cherwell, 15th May 2016 It was Otto von Bismarck who declared that there are only two things in the world you should never see being made: laws and sausages. And if you believe the rumours about our Prime Minister’s time here, there’s more than enough pork flying around at Oxford. But at a much-awaited OUSU … Continue reading If OUSU wants to be taken seriously, it should let us see what it’s up to

Internal division might be an interesting sideshow, but it won’t get Labour into Government

Cherwell, 19th January 2016 He was first elected in 1983 to a safe Labour seat and was, until recently, in the twi­light years of a career of staunch opposi­tion – even when his party was in government. But Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership has done more than just exacerbate the feud between the Blair­ite faces of the … Continue reading Internal division might be an interesting sideshow, but it won’t get Labour into Government