The gathering Tory tribe feel the urgent need to defeat Corbynism, but are not enamoured with the policy offer so far.
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Our survey. Party members approve of Johnson’s Brexit article, but many are displeased with May’s Florence speech
Eight in ten respondents agreed with the thrust of the Foreign Secretary’s case. But the Prime Minister’s speech met with more unhappiness than positivity.
Historically, we have developed our best new ideas and talents when in Opposition. We must break that cycle, and renew our movement now.
There’s a challenge for Conservatives in the fact that ‘simple but false’ has a PR advantage over ‘complex but true’.
It’s a promising start, but Momentum is already ahead in this game.
“Jeremy is ineffective at making the decisions and providing leadership that we so desperately need, both in Parliament and across the country.”
The Shadow Minister for Industrial Strategy believes her leader is offering “incompetent out-of-power socialism”.
The new PFI policy is a classic example.
During Labour’s conference week, we take a look at prominent Labour MPs’ views of their leader, in their own words.
ConservativeHome’s proposals for Party reform, to avoid a repeat of the miserable snap election result.
Even research finding 87 per cent of MPs experienced abuse is met with excuses and justification.
The rise in planning permissions has not been matched by an equal rise in new homes being built.
Those claiming to oppose “Hard Brexit” have now voted for the most severe separation possible from the EU.
A vocal Brexiteer, a vocal critic of the Government’s plans, and two newly-elected MPs (Simon Clarke and Vicky Ford) were unsuccessful in the race.
After exposing the flaws in the Conservative campaign operation, we propose 12 reforms to help to avoid repeating such failings in future.