Mercifully, there remain a few Thatcherites, even in the Cabinet, who believe in the power of liberty, responsibility, commerce and voluntary action.
Plus: The Labour leader’s other Brighton speech: “It was a full-blown Marxist rant. Put up taxes. Employers are evil. You know the sort of thing. They lapped it up.”
Voters aren’t focusing on the constitution, but on the SNP’s record in Government. We must be ready to capitalise on this by telling then the truth.
May’s audit of ethnic disparities could blight her planned relaunch – and, more importantly, produce policy that sets back social justice rather than takes it forward.
Corbyn surely knows that Chavista populism isn’t the only alternative to a traditionalist, oligarchic right.
We have allowed our enemies to infiltrate almost every power centre that matters and delegitimise our very existence.
An interview with a key ally of the Labour leader reveals the scale of their over-confidence, and their intention to purify their party.
The endless disparaging references to ‘the Tories’ is not a smear on a particular MP or activist branch, but on the millions of their fellow citizens.
A branch at the heart of Labour’s marginal seats campaign approvingly quotes Ken Loach’s call to drive out dissenting MPs.
May should have cut fuel duty pre-election – and longer term, we will need to switch to taxing congestion.
If the Government really is considering treating the intimidation of politicians in the same way as hate crime, it ought to think again.
In response to our story, the group misled on what was said, who said it, when they said it, who they said it about, the reporting of it, and their views.
Here are four rules to guide us all through the next few years, including: don’t die unless you have a majority of over 25,000.
It shows the horror that many feel at the possibility of anti-semites, economic knuckledraggers and hatemongers trolling the whole country in government.
Will they keep their heads down as their colleagues are picked off by the hard left?