The National Police Chiefs’ Council must be scrapped for proper accountability to have a chance. Greater local accountability is needed.
Posts Tagged: Stephen Greenhalgh
Johnson ordered them, at the request of the police. There was no indication from the Home Office that a licence would be refused.
Stephen Greenhalgh: To win in the capital we must fight on local issues and select council candidates on merit
Ruth Davidson’s call for a London Manifesto misses the point that the boroughs have different needs.
I still believe my pledge of cutting tube fares by three per cent annually was deliverable.
As he prepares to make his speech, Osborne leads our future leader survey for the third month running
The ratings of all those named have scarcely changed – a tribute to the consistency and stability of the survey
There are reasons why it was much lower than Labour’s – perhaps even why it was lower than last time round. None the less, CCHQ needs to take a long hard look at it.
The Richmond Park MP won over 70 per cent of the vote.
London Mayoral Conservative candidate poll. Goldsmith’s lead is up. The primary result will be announced tomorrow.
The view of our Party member readers is settled.
He is ready on day one to be a great Mayor of London.
As voting opens, the contenders give their last pitch for the nomination.
Boff is the star of this selection show. But we should choose to win. And that means Goldsmith as Mayoral candidate.
Name recognition plus appeal to floating voters leave this authentic individualist Tory in a position to beat a Labour machine politician next May.
He is in no sense an extremist – far from it. But his candidacy is more likely to divide London’s voters along confessional lines than Jowell’s would have been.
Boff was, well, Boff. Greenhalgh never really sparked. And Goldsmith was, frankly, all over the place.
For those who missed the livestream last night, we present the full recording of the debate.
London Mayoral Conservative candidate poll. Three in five Party member respondents favour Zac Goldsmith
Are most respondents assuming that the selection is now a done deal?