The occupant of Number 11 may seek to become what Margaret Thatcher claimed to be after she was brought down: “a good back seat driver”.
Posts Tagged: Alex Deane
The Treasury’s record of financial forecasting is dire, even on issues where it hasn’t been politically committed to one side of the debate.
The Director General’s latest defence of the TV tax doesn’t hold water.
It’ll be like the party conference of your dreams, but without a party label attached: as long as you value freedom, you’ll be welcome.
If a country has a space programme, it shouldn’t be getting aid.
Alex Deane is Head of Public Affairs at Weber Shandwick. Follow Alex on Twitter. We now know that a cap… Read more »
It’s time to eliminate the one penny piece and two penny piece from circulation. In fact, it’s well past time…. Read more »
Alex Deane: The offer we should make to UKIP is clear. You endorse our candidates. We’ll endorse your agenda.
Follow Alex on Twitter. We shall soon begin selecting prospective Conservative Party candidates to fight seats at the next General… Read more »
By Alex Deane. Follow Alex on Twitter. For months – since very soon after the formation of the Coalition, in… Read more »
Over the course of the Olympics, trading laws are temporarily liberalised to permit shops to service the demands our capital… Read more »
Meandering, ill-defined judicial inquiries are like buses – you wait ages, and then two come along at once. At least,… Read more »
By Alex Deane. Follow Alex on Twitter. I find Argentina's behaviour towards the Falklands pretty sickening. Despite the consistently expressed… Read more »
For the Jubilee, the flags of all the Commonwealth countries will be flown in Parliament Square. But I have it… Read more »
One of the most famous snapshots of President Truman shows him holding a newspaper aloft: the headline is “Dewey Wins”…. Read more »