Plus Trott, O’Brien, Burghart, Scully and many more. Watch in-person or live online.
A new type of MP has come into existence, the MP as social entrepreneur, and this is a profoundly hopeful development
At the launch of Trusting the People, it became evident that community-powered conservatism already enjoys powerful parliamentary support.
How wonderful to be back at a real conference, but this surprisingly small hall in Manchester is the enemy of rhetoric.
A substantial minority are happy with their lot but a clear majority want more of a say.
From housing to escaping North Korea to the launch of a new vision for Conservatism in practice, tune in live.
Our survey. Over two in three Party members fear that Johnson will leave a legacy of higher taxes – and a bigger state.
It may be that they think any leader would be in this position post-Covid – but nonetheless, the finding is striking as the Conservative Party conference looms.
If there are labour shortages as Ministers seek to lower migration and raise wages, Party members say: tough it out.
Eight out of ten of our panel members take that view – at least as matters stand.
Our survey. With Covid-19 off the front pages, Johnson’s score for pandemic handling slowly recovers.
With life broadly back to normal, it perhaps isn’t surprising that just under two thirds of respondents give him the thumbs up.
Against a post-pandemic background of shortages, prices rises and higher taxes, how much protest will there be over the growing size of the state?
We are proud to present the ConservativeHome programme of fringe events for the 2021 Conservative Party Conference.
The horrific treatment of Harvey Proctor exposes the extraordinary extent to which the Metropolitan Police mark their own homework
An obstructive approach to public accountability is just one of the major shortcomings exposed in recent weeks. Patel must act.
Don’t assume that it will necessarily happen only after the boundary review has come into effect.
Institutions have been dragging their feet, when it comes to opening up. But there’s evidence of a quiet revolution.
Yes, there’s a move back to a bigger state and higher taxes. But the context is different, and perhaps more daunting.
But to make it mean much in the longer-term, Johnson will need to take the plunge and commit to localism.