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Even those of us who want the Conservatives to win the general election cannot help feeling a bit discouraged by the tactics they are employing in order to do so.
Senior members of the voluntary party, as well as MPs, are uneasy with the way in which it is now operating.
Our monthly poll. Plus: what should Cameron’s “red lines” be in any Coalition negotiation?
It will take place on Wednesday March 4, and here are details of how to buy tickets.
The change in how the party campaigns – which is changing what it is.
Syriza’s breakthrough looks to ramp up the Great Euro Game of destitution and extremism. Here’s what Cameron should do post-May if still in office.
Those which turn out to matter usually involve more than the man who undertakes them. Does the latest one really fall into this category?
Hard-line cultural unionists have done as much as anyone to box Northern Ireland out of normal British politics. Let this be a wake up call.
And much will depend on whether the Liberal Democrats could give either major party enough votes for a sustainable majority.
The Greens are eating into Labour’s vote share already – and now Plaid Cymru and the SNP will take the stage to hurt Miliband even further.
The new Tory poster predicts ‘chaos for Britain’ if the SNP prop up Miliband – but what if they end up propping up us?
Could it last until the election campaign? Or will it shatter on Budget Day? We look for answers.
It tells this site that “the wider party would have to be involved”.
Three MPs asked serious questions about the Chilcot Inquiry. Reckless at least managed to be brief. Clegg looked very, very sad.