It’s another Big Society success story
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There are signs that Cameron is increasingly sensitive to public concern and anger about the treatment of Christians in Muslim-majority countries
Both the Republicans and the Tories can learn from the best of each others’ work.
On the first anniversary of her death, Thatcher’s biographer hails her as the most conservative and most radical Prime Minister we have ever had
Peter Franklin: How has the Coalition performed on the environment and local government? Four marks out of ten
As the Coalition’s fourth birthday approaches, we begin a series examining its record to date.
Before the Big Society, David Cameron’s big idea was the ‘Post-Bureaucratic Age’, which he said was dawning.
The only way that David Cameron can stay as Prime Minister on 35% of the vote is if Labour loses ground to other parties
Volunteers have allowed libraries to increase opening hours and provide a service at more convenient times.
Largely unreported by the London media, power is being devolved through the City Deals programme, for which Greg Clark is responsible.
Our politicians do have experience of life outside politics. Unfortunately, it’s the wrong experience.
Whatever the merits of privatising the Royal Mail, it is certain to revive the old calumny that Conservatives ‘know the… Read more »
Part of Boris Johnson's appeal to Conservatives is the breath of his message. He is certainly popular with some of… Read more »
For a journalist supposed to be close to the Cameroons, Janan Ganesh daringly broaches the touchiest of subjects – the… Read more »
Veteran lefty Ken Loach has new film out called The Spirit of ’45, a far from balanced documentary about the… Read more »
Danny Kruger used to be a speechwriter for David Cameron. One day he decided that actions spoke louder than words… Read more »