The Member for Richmond Park is the candidate best placed to build on Boris’ legacy and build the broad coalition we need to win in London.
Posts Tagged: Boris Johnson (Mayor)
Having secured a thumping endorsement from his Richmond Park constituents, the environmentalist and Eurosceptic officially joins the race.
The popular MEP will spice up the race, and his entry helps to sharpen the strategic choices facing the party selectorate.
Plus: Go, Corbyn, go! Go, Zac, go! Happy Birthday, IEA. Racism in America. Welfare in Britain. And: If Wellington had lost, we’d all be speaking French.
A full and frank exchange of views between the Mayor of London and a taxi driver.
Labour’s ‘good night’ in the capital wasn’t good enough to put us out of the running for City Hall in 2016… if we get our act together.
The Culture Secretary and the Mayor illustrate the contours of two parallel, yet contrasting, leadership offers.
The change in how the party campaigns – which is changing what it is.
A post he could hold, with the right to attend Cabinet, while staying as Mayor.
Foreign students – the battleground of migration vs growth becomes the battleground of the leadership hopefuls
Already a vexed debate, the addition of May, Osborne and Boris to the mix won’t calm it down one bit.
Sajid Javid is now third.
Plus: Making polite chat with Ted Heath. Musing on Boris Johnson’s future. Alan Clark on crack. And: My mucker Chuka.
Of course our efforts at Rochester weren’t helped by the glitches in the new CCHQ computer “Darth Vader”.
Ed West: Tim Montgomerie has ten reasons for not voting for UKIP. Here are ten of mine for doing so.
Why I disagree with the case set out on this site by its former Editor a week ago.
Theresa May has her worst week as Home Secretary…yet is back as Party members’ top choice for next leader
Gove is up to third – but it’s still a two-horse race between the Home Secretary and Boris Johnson.