Tony Abbott and Stephen Harper are more reliable models for the Prime Minister to follow than South Africa’s former President.
Posts Tagged: David Cameron MP
Otherwise, changes in the results from last month are miniscule.
There is no evidence that his recent controversy-plagued speech has made the slightest difference to his popularity with activists.
He tries “in both our interests” in Chinese. To us, it sounds like “Dwai shwang fung yo lee”. But then again, what do we know?
John Major, William Hague, Michael Howard, David Cameron – all promised to win over new converts, all ended up preaching to the choir. And still no sign of the promised land: an outright majority.
Michael Williams: China’s bullying has intimidated Cameron, but united the rest of Asia against Beijing.
The Prime Minister might delicately suggest to his hosts that the China-driven increase in East Asian tensions is not conducive to good business relations.
What can Ireland, Germany and Sweden teach us about coalition government?
We must be able to ease the pressure on our infrastructure and public services – and remove access to benefits.
Cameron once prized “freedom and democracy.” But now he ignores both to win trade from China.
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.
Green c**p, payday loans and now cigarettes – the Tory leadership needs to avoid losing its sense of self
It all leaves you wondering how tightly David Cameron holds on to any of these convictions of his.
Laura Sandys’ decision to resign is symptomatic of deep unhappiness among women MPs
But Miliband says the payday lending U-turn amounts to an intellectual collapse
Prosecutions and proceedings can’t prove the innocence or guilt of the former International Development Secretary. The Prime Minister should take a view – and act on it.