From illiberal liberals to the Daily Express, Nigel Farage to David Cameron, here are the factors that delivered UKIP’s success.
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This week’s Budget clashes with his “absolute guarantee” on tax.
They include Andrew Feldman, whom, one minister told me, ought to be recognised as “one of the five most important Tories in the country.”
If Cameron wins re-election (and my hunch is that’s a 50/50 possibility) Boris will probably be invited to have a big job
The Prime Minister doesn’t have a serious renegotiation strategy and European leaders aren’t treating him seriously as a result.
Mandela’s co-Peace Prize winner defends the former Prime Minister in today’s Times.
There are no easy solutions to the challenge, however, other than hard work.
I’ve long hoped that the next Tory manifesto would offer an agenda for ensuring Britain can compete in what Digby Jones has rightly called the ‘Asian century’.
The kind of Tory Party that Cameron should have built is the one that is being set out by Robert Halfon on ConservativeHome this week.
A lot has been written about Lynton Crosby’s influence on Britain’s Tory leader. Not so much about Mark Textor –… Read more »
I've now been at The Times for just over four months and of all the articles I've published since taking… Read more »
There have been many occasions in recent times when the Daily Mail has given the Tories a good kicking. Craig… Read more »
Tottenham Conservatives issue strong message to local police, ‘community leaders’, Boris Johnson and to the Coalition
David Allen of the Tottenham Conservative Association has just sent me this statement that he has issued to local media. It’s the best thing I’ve seen on the riots of Saturday night.