Politics

How do you justify the cost of “no-deal” Brexit preparations only to cancel them because you never had any intention of delivering no deal in the first place?

Trust is a major issue for the Tories, they could walk around giving a cheque for £100,000 to every household and nobody would trust them enough to take it.

Another pretrial hearing has been scheduled for May 8.

Mark Norman’s lawyers argue that Wernick waived privilege by commenting publicly on his decision

Along with Theresa May’s negotiating skills, Bojo’s tidiness, and Diane Abbott’s maths wizardry, you can set your watch by Lammy’s astounding ability to call practically every situation the wrong way.

Like a woke, poor man’s King Midas, everything he touches turns to shit.

Police officers stand guard outside the Canadian embassy in Beijing on January 27, 2019.

Academic who blew the whistle on China’s influence on Australia says Canada is in even worse trouble

Wilson-Raybould did not respond to the Post’s multiple requests for comment. No one from the Prime Minister’s Office spoke to the Post for this story.

‘Inconsistent with democratic values’: Internal conflict flared over Jody Wilson-Raybould’s controversial last act as justice minister

A street vendor selling Union Jack flags passes a pro-Brexit supporter outside the Houses of Parliament in London, England, March 28, 2019.

The Conservative and Labour Parties Are Both Unfit to Govern

Kenney's election may herald big changes for Alberta's beleaguered energy industry.

Build pipelines, scrap carbon tax and battle protesters: That’s what Kenney vows to do for Alberta’s oilpatch

Both sides need to remember commuters don’t care who builds or operates subways. After decades of delays and false starts, they just want them built and the system properly maintained.

Ford’s subway plan is bold — if it ever gets built