If the parties support campaigners appropriately, then there will be good to be gained from this election.
Posts Tagged: Campaigning
Of course taxes will be lower than under Corbyn. The question is whether they’ll be higher than they are now (already high).
Our staff do an amazing job whether they are based in London or locally. Their jobs are suddenly on the line in a way they hadn’t expected the day before.
His great achievement two years ago was to sever the head off the Liberal Democrat snake – and most of the body too. Now he must defang it again.
When 90 per cent of people voted either Tory or Labour, a simple “may we count on your support” was probably sufficient. In this climate, we must be smarter.
No action on Mercer’s election expenses, which accidentally omitted £80 of wooden stakes and printing
It’s a reminder that the law requires rather more than a Twitter hashtag campaign as proof of wrongdoing.
Tim Bale: A Conservative secret weapon at the last election – the non-members who worked for victory
Even if each of them who did anything at all did far less than paid up members, the sum of their individual efforts was at least as great and probably greater.
John Major secured more votes than any other Prime Minister in unpromising circumstances – but ‘stretching the elastic of democracy’ would cost the Party dearly.
Too often, I fear we take the line of least resistance because it is easier than the alternative.
Well, it’s been quite a week, hasn’t it?
Many parliamentarians feel that CCHQ has hung them out to dry by being slow to take responsibility for its errors.
The story of Chatham & Aylesford, establishing priorities, sticking to them – and teamwork.
When was the last time you answered your landline? Actually, when was the last time you talked to anyone on the phone at all – out of preference?
A dedicated campaign manager is being hired.
Rory Stewart: Three reasons why we won Copeland. Theresa May, Trudy Harrison – and Labour’s long failure to deliver
After 75 years of the latter’s strategy, most people in Copeland faced a choice of either working for the nuclear industry or being without a job.