Despite having fewer MPs, and despite all the talk of fighting back online, the Opposition is still much more active on the social platform.
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Fresh research bolsters ConservativeHome’s case for a new Chairman and urgent Party reform – and offers a glimmer of hope.
Tory optimism about the next election is at its highest since August (but is still only half the level of April)
Altogether, 31 per cent of Conservative Party member respondents foresee Labour taking power – be it by coalition, minority government, or an outright majority.
More people are reading the site than ever before. Thank you.
The former Chancellor might have apologised for his alleged ‘freezer bags’ comment, but his vendetta has not been forgotten.
In normal times Diane Abbott’s miscalculation on the cost of police, or Tim Farron’s “smell my spaniel” moment, might have won. But not this year.
The new MP for Saffron Walden has swiftly begun to make a name for herself.
From a strong field, the Prime Minister’s historic speech on Brexit carries the day.
Then as now, the United Kingdom is undermining its reputation and interests abroad by supporting an ally engaged in war crimes.
“The police got their man” – whatever you think of Green, the behaviour of these officers is a disgrace
Even had he been found completely guilty of all allegations, it still wouldn’t be acceptable for the police in misuse their powers in this way.
It’s easy to demand more, or for unscrupulous firms to wail at being reined in. But to govern is to decide.
She replies: “It is with deep regret, and enduring gratitude…that I asked you to resign and have accepted your resignation.”
He has now declared there will be an election soon and he “will probably win”. Might he be getting too cocky?
The ghost of Social Chapter policies past haunts the forthcoming Brexit row about labour regulations
Those who are pro-Brexit and those who oppose it have to negotiate the pitfalls of their own previous positions on red tape.
In the Financial Times, of all places, it emerges that predictions of Brexit disaster in the City were overblown.