Thanks to a promise kept and a great deal of hard work, the ECR group means we have more and better allies than before.
Downing Street’s plan for the EU referendum franchise – right, consistent and a gentle rebuke to Farage
Non-Commonwealth EU citizens living here won’t get to vote. That’s sensible, but it is also a test for the UKIP leader.
An expensive, annual European disgrace overseen by a BBC committee. If the Government won’t reform our selection process, can it truly call itself Conservative?
A families programme. Inter-Generational Justice. New Garden Cities. Major airport expansion in the Midlands. A £50,000 cap on donations to the Party. And more…
For those opposed to greater European integration, the Prime Minister’s promise of an EU referendum is a thrilling thing indeed.
We’ve come a long way since the clumsy endorsements and clampdowns of the Blair years. But we aren’t there yet.
Hold the faith, repeat the mantras and blame the people seem to be the Opposition’s three rules.
Today’s speech had some decent content – but all the fundamental problems with reducing net migration remain intact.
The former guru of Downing Street returns with a new unified theory on changing business, politics, government and society. What does it mean? And might it work?
Pickles is the Government’s new “Anti-corruption Tsar”. First he must report and make recommendations. And then the Commons must act.
As champions of enterprise and the free market, we must reject those who give business a bad name.
The rise of his Party’s vote has been mirrored by a fall in support for Out. And a Tory-type leader isn’t best placed to lead a breakthrough in Labour seats.
The new Deputy Chairman has a track record of taking up radical goals, and battling until he succeeds.
The SNP are now entitled to substantial committee representation. If EVEL is to mean anything, it must extend beyond the chamber.
So far, we have been lucky in our opponents. But it is down to us to keep the momentum going, and keep the other parties in disarray.