The Telegraph’s report of his view is a sign of rising media interest in the Chairmen of the ’22’s Policy Committees. Expect to see more it.
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In the seats that the party must win and hold in 2013, a smaller proportion of voters will pay the 40p rate than in the safer shire and sururban seats of the south.
It may be that there are other explanations, as a whole or in part, but the enclosed graph is worth a look.
The Health Secretary’s target-scrapping deal with the doctors aims to improve care and relax A & E pressures – through a new regime of autonomy, inspection and transparency.
They gathered, wearing their regimental or service ties, ahead of the Remembrance Sunday commemorations.
Robert Buckland has replaced Eleanor Laing as Chairman of the the Home Affairs Committee. There could be fresh elections for all Chairman posts.
Jeremy Hunt is trying to untangle the mess Labour made of doctors’ contracts, but time is not on his side.
It isn’t social class, but political class. And by the way, the grip of Eton and the public schools on the Tories is getting weaker, not stronger.
Roughly half of all Conservative MPs are now part of it.
There’s no majority in the Commons for a pre-2017 referendum. All the Afriyie amendment can help achieve is to delay and thus endanger the bill.
And over half want a vote before David Cameron’s preferred date of 2017
There’s a case for tax incentives for firms to encourage them to pay the Living Wage. But that’s no substitute for focusing tax reductions on the worse-off.
If Party loyalists are unwilling to argue back against, say, UKIP supporters, then that is telling Number 10 and CCHQ something that they need to know.
Jo’s, that is – not Boris’s. The Head of the Policy Unit will have a big hand in the plan for the 2015 election to be confirmed today.
And there’s even less joy for Ed Miliband over his proposed price freeze