We gather the turnout – particularly among young Tories – is set to rise, and there will be more opportunities for members to speak from the stage.
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The Party has a Code of Conduct – but how it works in practice becomes less and less clear by the minute.
May’s Chequers “charm offensive” continues with a letter to Tory members – but is it making any difference?
It might even make things worse to spend Party funds to simply repeat the same messages, so long after the summit.
She notes that the choice is not between maintaining prices or building more, but between building more and ushering in Corbynism.
The tech and digital communications policy specialist won through on Friday night.
The way equalities law applies to “philosophical belief” has created a messy courtroom battleground for all sorts of angry fringe groups to seek protection.
The project is already well over its original price. Some dream of abandoning it.
We know more today than we did yesterday – and we aim to know still more tomorrow.
It wouldn’t be a “sin tax”, it would be a tax penalising people for stopping smoking. The Treasury’s greed would have outweighed its logic.
Momentum has lost control of the monster it created – only Corbyn has the power to purge his movement of anti-semitism
Momentum’s leaders taught supporters to reject any criticism, and encouraged a siege mentality. Now they are under attack by their own grassroots.
Also: candidate applications are set to open in Peterborough, in preparation for a possible forthcoming by-election.
From ‘fake news’ to micro-targeting, crowd-funding to data rights, we explore the key areas of focus for an overdue review of the rules of our democracy.
The excuses have become dully predictable – we cannot allow this hatred itself to become a dully predictable party of everyday life, too.
The myth has it that there never was such a plan – in fact, DexEU had a proposal to fulfil its promise of no ‘hard border’ while still overseeing a proper customs regime.
After glacial progress in dealing with vile racists, Corbyn’s team seem remarkably swift to move against someone accused of criticising the leader.