Helping hard-working people get the homes, services, and security they deserve should be at the front of the Chancellor’s mind as he prepares the Autumn Statement.
Housing, roads and networks are three priorities for the Autumn Statement.
James Frayne: This is what happens when those making political decisions lose touch with the lower middle class
The political class must respond to revolutionaries’ demands or face further defeats.
James Frayne: Just-about-managing voters value fairness. The Government should scrap the Human Rights Act.
The Conservatives have a chance to make great strides with these floating voters.
Too many in the national political and media class have yet to realise just how much the ground has shifted beneath their feet.
James Frayne: Lower middle class women are highly competent and well-educated but less likely to be employed
This represents a huge loss of talent and industry.
Ultimately, the trick in political communications is telling simple stories that move people emotionally.
Significant, targeted VAT cuts could make a big difference.
Leavers can’t afford to quit the field just because the battle is won, not with continuity Remain trying to thwart the result.
The difficulty is supporting families in a way that doesn’t distort their choices.
May’s team have got off to a good start, but as they take stock after conference some early challenges are clearly taking shape.
It would be ambitious – but given Brexit, such ambition is necessary.
Her direct pitch for the provincial English vote mirrors her predecessor’s election-winning insight.
Now that Labour have chosen Corbyn to be their candidate for Prime Minister, it’s the time to start making the fundamental choices between the two parties visible.
When was the last time a politician devoted a speech to making life easier for drivers?