And opposite the Chancellor, Ed Balls seemed to be doing an impression of Violet Beauregarde.
He realised that the only way out for South Africa was reconciliation; and reconciliation needed understanding.
Lord Risby: Mandela – the moral giant who transformed South Africa and was loved throughout the world
His moral authority and credibility helped to make the transition from apartheid miraculously free of much feared and forecast violence and bloodshed.
Addressing productivity levels requires long term policies such as those announced by George Osborne in the Autumn Statement.
Jonathan Algar, Antonia Cox, Nick Faith, Peter Franklin, David Green, Peter Hoskin, Andrea Leadsom MP, Andrew Lilico and Simon Richards assess the Chancellor’s work.
The Chancellor should make it plain today that high government spending and taxes threaten our prosperity. Here’s my three-stage plan for recovery.
The party cannot campaign against changing horse mid-stream if the public is convinced that we are back on dry land.
I want to see Government legislate for a 30 day non-negotiable statutory limit on payment terms between large cap companies and small enterprises.
If clergy become legally required to report allegations, we could be forced into acting as mouthpieces for malicious liars.
Johnathan Algar, Antonia Cox, Nick Faith, Peter Franklin, David Green, Peter Hoskin, Andrew Lilico, Andrea Leadsom MP and Simon Richards give their views.
New social enterprises can offer people on lower incomes an alternative to payday lenders
Conservative dithering on green issues, Ed Miliband’s price con and the LibDem promise breach on tuition fees help to explain the apathy and cynicism of voters.
It is incumbent on the Labour Party to set itself apart from Unite’s bully boy tactics over London Gateway.
Richard Carr and Bradley W. Hart: The Conservatives will have to reassess their attitudes towards market intervention
On financial sector taxation, house construction and social mobility, the party has not sufficiently appeased the instincts of the electorate.
Politics, not economics, will underpin the government’s programme of privatisation in our banks.