The last attempt at reviving the Social Democrat experiment was New Labour. Now those same people face exile under Corbyn.
It turns out there are worse things than a German-dominated single currency.
He’s a dedicated campaigner for small business, passionate advocate for European reform, son of a migrant bus driver – and Labour fear him.
In his second piece, the Director of British Influence argues unionists, globalists and economic liberals should be pro-EU.
Jeremy Hunt is right to think that showing doctors and patients what things cost is the best way to secure savings.
In the first of two pieces, the Director of British Influence responds to ConservativeHome’s Brexit series.
Unshakeably devoted to ‘The Lady’, he was the greatest PPS of all time – and one of the most courageous politicians of his generation.
Otto’s is a restaurant, whose customers and staff are abused simply because it serves foie gras.
Aspiration is the calling card of an Opposition promising better days. Achievement is the product of a Government delivering them.
Balancing political considerations and the EU’s own institutional calendar is proving tricky.
Evidence suggests Britain is not a nation of nimbys. With the right incentives and a new approach to local engagement, we can build the infrastructure we need.
We must extend our airstrikes, and press for our Arab partners to pull their weight – but we should not deploy British ground forces
The EU subverts democracy, enshrines austerity in law, and poisons the relationships between European nations. The fight for sovereignty can’t be left to the right.
Every year, about a thousand children in care move school at least once a term. That instability makes a difficult situation far worse.
Theodora Dickinson: The future of the arts and tourism is a better partnership between public and private sectors
The sensible response to a time of austerity is for us to move away from unaccountable quangos and towards an entrepreneurial approach.