A fusion of Burkean philosophy and Disraelian populism would be a potent combination for a 21st century Conservative Party
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If you trace the political evolution of the Cameroons you will find their origins on the right, not the left, of the Conservative Party
The traditional function of the third party in British politics has been to sweep up the protest vote, thus protecting the parties of power
Over the past four decades or so, Labour has suffered a remarkable decline in its political biodiversity
Some of the ruling tribes are on the way to becoming lost tribes, banished forever to the political wilderness
Since I last surveyed the political landscape in 2013 and 2014, some ruling tribes have been cast down, and some formerly lost tribes have risen to rule.
“The Right” is a mythical beast – you’d have better luck nailing jelly to a wall than trying to marshal it into one outfit.
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