Marie Le Conte
Keir Starmer became leader of the Labour party just under a year ago. He isn’t doing great; he isn’t doing terribly either, but few seem to believe he currently is doing a brilliant job. One might argue that no politician could master the art of opposition in the current political circumstances anyway, but it isn’t […]
In her latest Jackdaw circular, Marie Le Conte observes a rare ceasefire in Tory backbench alliances. Will it hold?
In her latest Jackdaw entry, Marie Le Conte argues Westminster politicians are forgetting about one very important issue.
I have no plans to leave, but I have to confess that the past few years haven’t been easy on us immigrants, argues Marie Le Conte
As Brexit negotiations continue in the 11th hour, Marie Le Conte considers the omnipresent question of the last four years
With the corridors of Westminster emptied by the pandemic, former insiders are out of the loop and personal connections rule supreme, says Marie Le Conte
To soothe public outrage, says Marie Le Conte, the government need to look beyond the green benches
Parliament may be up and running but what’s the point of Westminster if all those endless drinks receptions are still forbidden? All work and no play is no fun for anyone.