It isn’t necessary to be one of his supporters to believe that it is time for Wiltshire Police to put up or shut up.
Posts Tagged: Edward Heath
The harsh truth is that, nearly seven years into Conservative-led Government, we are still living beyond our means.
Plus: A telling speech by George Osborne, the pleasing election of Philip Davies. Reading the Morning Star, just for a laugh. And: Andy Carroll walks on water.
How the Conservatives are rebuilding their links with the Republicans – and will work with America’s President-elect
After a long chill, relations between the sister parties are thawing.
As the Commons prepares to debates the effects of Brexit on these rights, here’s the story of how the Party has supplied them from Peel through to Cameron.
He has seamlessly made the transition from Cameron to May.
Plus: August, the best political month. Thatcher, the best post-war Prime Minister. Off to Any Questions. Off to Edinburgh. And: will I poison an MP?
She shares Thatcher’s interest in “ordinary working people” – but without the overarching aim of shrinking the role of the state.
Sir Edward Heath’s phrase has acquired renewed relevance, as the best description of Sir Philip Green’s shameless behaviour at BHS
The EU referendum result marks a posthumous triumph over his old opponent, Edward Heath. Or does it?
Iain Dale: This week’s media assault on Leadsom is astonishing – and she has done well to survive it
Plus: the downfall of Boles. This Eagle won’t fly. What to do with Gove? Cameron should become Foreign Secretary. And: Out there in the country, Blair is still popular.
The Labour leader spoke out against change, and made David Cameron sound like a management consultant.
How quickly we forget, and how much we do at our peril. Peace in Europe! How our parents and grandparents longed for it.
In a Daily Telegraph piece on the eve of poll, Margaret Thatcher argued for Europe, putting co-operation ahead of trade.
Andrew Kennedy: Political parties. The age of mass membership may be over. But that of mass participation may be just beginning.
Our “Registered Supporter” scheme has enrolled 2,000 people; another example of how people are willing to commit, but not to join.