A Survation poll commissioned by British Future finds that David Cameron’s party won a majority of Hindu votes – and also polled well with other Asian voters in the south.
We won without yet breaking through in the North, urban Britain, or Scotland – but we’re now in a position to make real headway in all three.
Policies like Right to Buy and Starter Homes are steps in the right direction – but we still need to start building hundreds of thousands of new homes.
Globalisation, new technology and an ageing population pose profound strategic challenges to the future governance of Great Britain, and must be tackled now.
As a Parliamentary candidates, I discovered that some charities will have to change the way they campaign of they want a gentler, kinder, more constructive politics.
We think they’re mistaken. They simply think we’re evil. And their error may have contributed to the failure of the polls.
Reforming it could free up more funds to help the poorest without an extra penny of taxes or cuts.
There have been some recent positive signs from the ECJ that EU states are within their rights already to curb blatant benefit abuse by migrants.
The bakery could not reasonably expect to have a distinction applied specifically to it that does not apply more broadly.
In Tower Hamlets and elsewhere the law, the Electoral Commission and the police have been found grievously wanting.
The Prime Minister would do a service to his party and to the Union by doing so.
It gets you thinking about why, as a society, we are becoming less human and more robotic and sclerotic by the decade.
We must not shrink from the opportunity posed by majority government to reclaim the mantles of compassion and social justice from the left.
It only takes nine rebel Conservative MPs to defeat the Government. If that became a regular occurrence, voters would not forgive us.
The Europhile establishment is now clamouring for an early referendum with less space for vital debate. We’re ready for them.