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We cannot afford to run a core vote strategy of our own. But with a broad appeal we have the opportunity to hold onto wavering Tory voters, and attract new ones.
The Mail usually has more bullets to hand when firing shots at a reputation. A lack of them has allowed Labour’s leader to counter-attack.
The students spoke of how these weeks changed their life. But its deepest benefit may be for our identity as citizens.
The Conservatives are seen as good for the economy – now the Prime Minister must persuade voters we are good for them and their family, too.
Being in optimistic mood, I have high hopes that the PM will get it right.
The numbers are clear – and neither of the main parties should be popping the champagne.
We should have more respect for the scientists who admit what they don’t know – and what they’ve got wrong – than for the swaggering sceptics who think they’ve got it all sussed.
A tip from Iain Dale: if you see a journalist around the place, why not go and talk to them?
Claimants will be required to attend their Jobcentre for 35 hours each week
ConservativeHome’s full programme of public fringe events next week at Party Conference in Manchester
It’s not enough to declare that Al-Qaeda is on the back foot, it must be stay that way.
Peter Riddell: Ministers and Mandarins – how politicians and civil servants can work better together
The Prime Minister needs to take a more visible role in promoting reform of the civil service against departmental interests.
Libertarian parties show very little sign that they will ever win power at the ballot box. Perhaps this is fitting – after all, the idea of implementing libertarianism from the top-down seems rather inconsistent.