It’s still winnable, but there are warning signs for the wider Party and its leadership.
Posts Tagged: Team 2015
Corbyn is hopeless in many ways, but he has boosted Labour’s membership to half a million. We need to be ready to counter that.
The death of one good man will not be assuaged by another good man being forced to resign by media pressure.
Plus: Military strikes against Syria now. And: Maria Eagle should tell Corbyn to stuff his job. So should Kevan Jones.
Over two years in CCHQ I saw how a broken system hampers campaigning and alienates supporters. This must be stopped.
The computers that crashed. And the campaign that didn’t. The story of the Tory stealth operation that outwitted Labour last month
The first full analysis of how the 2015 election was won. The Party’s efforts were driven by an innovative approach to target seats. So what worked and what didn’t?
Members from a broad range of backgrounds competed and forged firm friendships during the long days of the campaign.
Each of the main parties is trying new techniques, both by choice and out of necessity. Which will work?
In which I go campaigning with Grant Shapps’s brainchild, which has mobilised thousands of activists who would probably not have joined their local associations.
CCHQ is not giving up on the prospect of snatching seats off Labour and LibDems, though there is a fly in the ointment…
At the heart of the row over two of the Home Secretary’s SpAds is the view at the very top of the Party that the next election is all that matters.
To ensure our party is built to last, it must have a mass membership base.
What keeps us coming back is friendship and loyalty. Now let’s press on to next year’s election.
Plus: Our conference survey shows members are less concerned about conference costs, but more disillusioned with the leadership.
People don’t talk about Eastleigh much – but it should loom large in our minds.