Local Conservative candidates bear the brunt of the Prime Minister’s failure to fulfil her Brexit pledge. Her decision to work with Corbyn was the last straw.
Are you pro-Brexit? Anti? In either case, you may have a Conservative candidate foisted on you with whose views you disagree – without your consent.
Our conferences give members the chance to speak and put questions to senior Party figures, and our training equips activists to take on the Left.
Next time round, we will try run-offs between some of the main candidates, which are a bit ovedue.
Now some of these MPs may have been ill, or absent, or abroad. But how many were slipped with the connivance of the system?
Such as: do you see Brexit as a help or a hindrance – and what’s your vision for our post-Leave country?
Ours is the party that believes in equality of opportunity, in everyone having the chance to fulfil their potential, irrespective of where you come from or who you are.
It is striking how little the former Foreign Secretary is doing to maintain his lead. Then again, he scarcely needs to stir – for the moment.
“I have to say, we have been working very hard over the past year to increase our membership.”
The Chief Whip has enjoyed something of a boost from last month’s victories on crucial votes, but the overall picture reflects a settled disenchantment.
Although the Prime Minister’s position is fragile, there is no sense of a contest in the offing any time soon.
There are three contenders in double figures, one well ahead of the other two – and a very long tail of names in single figures,
Launched amidst the inevitable blaze of publicity, the decision has been smuggled out like the fabled thief in the night.
Not for the faint-hearted. Contains intense violence, blood and gore, strong language and Philip Hammond.
It may be that the former Foreign Secretary has become a kind of comfort blanket in bewilderingly unpredictable times.