After the election, we suggested five ways of securing the Party’s electoral position. Eight months on, how is the Government doing?
Posts Tagged: Boundary Review
Exactly a decade after forming a government with the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats are languishing on the political fringes – where did it all go wrong?
Analysis suggested the smaller map would have produced a bigger Tory majority – but others say it would make it harder for newly-elected MPs to hold on next time.
Interview: Lewis -“At conference this year, I and the Prime Minister are determined that the members feel it is their conference.”
The Party Chairman intends to remove from the candidates’ list those who failed to campaign in the local elections.
Also: Tories say data proves Sturgeon should abandon tax plans; Jones joins Scottish Conservatives to menace the Withdrawal Bill; and DUP may back boundary review.
His toothless policy towards the Democratic Unionists and Sinn Fein has created an unsustainable democratic vacuum in Northern Ireland.
Pleasingly, it includes several policies that this site has proposed.
Rob Semple: The first multi-constituency Association. A central membership trial. My spring forum progress report.
Party members are united in their expectation that every Conservative MP must back the boundary reform proposals when they come to Parliament.
Also: Swinney accused of misleading MSPs over Named Persons; UUP and SDLP offer power-sharing opposition; Plaid AM dismisses Labour pact; and more.
Ultimately the fate of the reforms will rest on whether May can command the trust of her MPs.
Also: Dugdale attacks Scottish Conservatives as the “Brexit party”; Welsh Tories attack Jones’ ‘snub’ to local airport; and more.
The 1922 Committee proposes to beef up incumbency protections for MPs threatened by the boundary changes
A letter to the Parliamentary Conservative Party reveals the ongoing work to fulfil Cameron’s “no MP left behind” promise.
It reduces the risk of fraud and motivates parties to go out and persuade the electorate that voting matters.
The pace of change between each election will leave obsolete the relatively stable arrangements that we know now.
From devolution to proportional representation, the left has pursued a far more ambitious agenda of convenient constitutional reform than the Tories.