They don’t talk about politics in daily life; don’t write to local or national newspapers; most importantly, they’re not politically active online.
Our future Conservative Party leadership needs to address quickly and effectively the problems which have led to the latter’s rise.
A new book argues that the country is divided between a metropolitan elite, which rules for its own advantage – and the rest.
I believe that the actions of politicians over the last two years have seriously weakened trust in the system.
The object of the exercise is to absorb within a stable democratic practice a new element which, if unabsorbed, may have fatal effects.
Last week’s Question Time audience in Derby delivered a warning shot when they cheered the prospect of No Deal.
I have reluctantly concluded that there needs to be greater regulation of the veracity of claims made by registered participants in political campaigns.
Unlike the angel, we’re unable to announce tidings of great joy. But it’s worth mulling why the Christmas season can pause even Brexit hostilities.
She unwittingly legitimised unrealistic Brexit expectations and Corbyn’s economic argument.
How the far left uses a feedback loop to shut down people in the short term – and ideas in the long.
My new report for the Centre for Policy Studies suggests ways in which government can be made more accountable.
Those who turn a blind eye to MPs being labelled mutineers are playing with a fire which will eventually consume them too.
A weakness in this book is that its support for nation states is predicated on disappointed economic necessity.
I believe that a discussion about values could be key to addressing much of the unhappiness which triggered the referendum result.
Last June’s Brexit vote had less to do with EU membership than a wider discontent with how Britain is governed.