It’s not just an auction of promises we can never win, but an essential way to reach out to an increasingly consumerist electorate.
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There are better ways to spend money on education than on tax breaks for very expensive profit-making institutions.
Rob Halfon: What Littlefinger thinks about ladders. Why he’s wrong. And why Corbyn is wrong about them too.
The Conservative view of opportunity is nearer the truth than the cynicism of a villain in Game of Thrones.
The Government should form an alliance with motorists, not raise taxes which will hike the costs of commuting, public transport, and food.
We must design a conservatism that appeals to both.
We should put the proceeds in a special Redistribution Fund to spend either on public services, or on poorer communities, or cutting taxes for the lower paid.
Robert Halfon: When I proposed changing the Party’s symbol, I got “a phone call without coffee”. But I’m still making my case.
At a time when we have significant difficulties in explaining what we are about, having a ladder as a symbol (with hands around it), would give us that immediate recognition.
Robert Halfon: This review of the Conservative Party’s structure is essential to a successful future
Throughout our history, our party has been at its best and most successful when we have reformed when necessary.
Get involved in our review.
Some hospitals charge as much as £72 a day. This has to stop – and it can do, if the NHS wasted less on “branded” drugs.
My campaign on unfair charges is just the start of what must be full reform of this broken market.
The Iraq War saved a nation from extermination – now that nation can be a beacon for democracy.
Conservatives should not be shy of exposing corporates when they are plainly ripping off the consumer.
The Right are great at intellectualising ideas, whereas the Left are better at campaigning. We need to turn our work into campaigns.