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Mark Wallace is ConservativeHome's Chief Executive. He joined the company in May 2013. He has previously worked as Campaign Director for the TaxPayers' Alliance, Head of Media Relations for the Institute of Directors and as a communications consultant to various major UK companies.Follow @
Reigate Association Executive has voted to make him appeal for the support of party members.
Several familiar faces are seeking a return to Parliament – for the same seats that threw them out in 2010.
The Prime Minister can best beat Miliband by proposing a positive vision of what Britain should be.
Affordable and reliable: the Conservatives can only defeat Miliband’s energy proposal with a viable plan of their own
We need energy that is both affordable and reliable. Labour offer one at the expense of the other – we must offer both.
Ditching Bloom is a departure from a past that could hold them back. The angst of UKIP’s growing up process will be interesting to watch.
So far the leader of the Labour Party has been a chrysalis. Today he emerged, arguing the best way to solve problems is centralised control.
It’s such a familiar sight – the face like thunder, the hunched shoulders, the refusal to face up to his responsibility for what his people did. Yes, it’s Gordon Brown running away from a journalist asking him about the McBride book.
Ed Balls pledges yet more spending – funded with cash he’s already promised to use on ten other things
Watching Ed Balls talk about money being tight is like watching Tiger Woods speak about the importance of marriage. Not content with wrecking the nation’s public finances, his new policy is funded by money he’s already spent ten times over.
The new anti-Euro party, the AfD, fell just short of the 5 per cent threshold required to secure Bundestag seats. Without eurosceptic pressure, Merkel might well simply leave Cameron flapping in the wind.
There are lots of interesting findings in the polls this week – most notably that the Conservatives are at level-pegging… Read more »
The Lib Dem conference was never just going to be about Vince moaning and a plastic bag tax. Sure enough, Nick… Read more »
Now that both parties are fighting to take credit for the coalition's achievements, rather than seeking to blame each other… Read more »
I wrote yesterday about the fundamental division within the Lib Dems between the Liberals and the SDP: “Any political… Read more »
The same refrain from the employment statistics: good topline figures, but problems persist in the detail
The ONS’ Labour Market Statistics paint a familiar picture today: Employment is up, both in terms of the headcount (29.84… Read more »