On the first anniversary of her death, Thatcher’s biographer hails her as the most conservative and most radical Prime Minister we have ever had
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The attempt by the press to bully the Culture Secretary out of public life has got completely out of hand, and must be resisted.
Interview: Andrew Gimson meets James Delingpole, a conservative who thinks the British Establishment stinks
Macmillan: “a soft fascist”. Letwin: “The devil incarnate.” And how Steve Hilton loved staghunting. Breibart’s new UK Executive Editor speaks out.
But the Leader of the Opposition looks so weak that the Prime Minister is in danger of looking unsporting.
But intolerably high house prices now exclude ordinary people.
Ed Miliband had nothing but class war to offer in reply.
Stanley Johnson has made a characteristically outrageous demand for special treatment for his son.
The Tory tradition is wide, not exclusive, and should encompass those who have felt forced to join UKIP
The Chancellor has the chance to show that the Tories are on the side of ordinary, precarious, Micawberish voters.
This new volume establishes Oakeshott as an aphorist of genius on love as well as philosophy.
The Deputy Prime Minister has a loud bark but a thin skin.
This education minister knows what she fights for and loves what she knows.
But the Labour leader once again had no answer to Oltep.
But Cameron too often sinks to his opponent’s petty partisan level.
Class war should be left to mean and envious socialists