The former Chancellor was interviewed earlier today at a joint ConHome / UK in a Changing Europe fringe event.
Today, we present two Secretaries of State, a former Chancellor and a host of other great speakers across six events.
A message from Ross to the Government – and Cummings. They’ve no excuse not to make the Union their top priority.
He is right to suspect value placed on the Union by some senior figures in this government. The Prime Minister must lead by example.
As housing day opens at the Tory conference, our survey finds Party members split on Johnson’s planning reforms
Forty-six per cent of respondents back the plans and forty per cent don’t, which mirrors the divisions seen elsewhere.
Today on the ConservativeHome online fringe: Truss on trade, Donelan on universities, Zahawi on the digital revolution
All six of our fringe events today will be broadcast open to all on Zoom, as well as on the Party Conference platform.
It’s a rotten springboard from which to vault into Party Conference as it begins today. But what goes down may go back up.
Today’s ConservativeHome online fringe event line-up: Barclay, Buckland, Ford, Glen, Afolami and Courts
The Justice Secretary and the Chief Secretary to the Treasury lead our cast of ministers, MPs, and experts for Day One.
In a very 2020 twist, the President has Covid-19. With just a month until the vote, does he have time to fight it off – or the GOP to replace him?
Our survey. Under one in three Party members think Johnson is dealing well with the Coronavirus as Prime Minister.
We’ve been asking this question for the last seven months in the monthly survey. And this is the seventh time in a row that his rating has fallen.
Ascension Island: a leak that tells us more about the inside of the Home Office than government policy
It is almost inevitable that any ‘blue-sky’ session is going to produce ideas that are impractical, embarrassing, or both – but not that they get into the papers.
Our monthly survey finds that support for a Sweden-style Covid-19 policy is up from about a third of Party activists to almost half
Johnson will enter the Conservative Party Conference with support for his Covid-19 policy having deteriorated sharply, if our survey is anything to go by.
The Leader of the House will be interviewed by Paul Goodman in front of a live audience.
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: The Speaker is furious and the Prime Minister refuses to put his arms round Starmer
Johnson contradicts his message of national togetherness, and antagonises MPs, by appearing to regard criticism as disloyal.
His speech contained many sensible initiatives – but ministers should not be led astray by illusory shortcuts.
A Conservative leader can afford to take on his left or his right – but not the 1922 Committee’s Executive
The Brady amendment is part of the developing story of a clash between leaders and backbenchers over Party management, culture and MPs’ status.