Progress in this chart is invariably linked to media coverage – of which the former Brexit Secretary has had lots recently and the former Foreign Secretary less.
The Chairman of the Conservative Party emphasises that May has been “very clear” in committing to keep the “structure of the UK” intact.
The excuse is always that there aren’t enough beds in other places. How come Labour goes to Brighton, then?
The legacy of past disorganisation in our Party’s machine even affects those at the top.
In all, there are 30 new entries in the whole list, one down on last year and two down on the 2016 record of 33.
The Party Chairman says that the Conference App is now secure – after mobile phone numbers of cabinet ministers were leaked.
Online they swarm when I ask for questions to Davidson: they must be frightened of her. Plus: what was May thinking? What I’ll be doing. Top 100 people on the Conservative Right. And: why Farage should quit UKIP.
Prepare for a Rule Britannia defence of Chequers at Party Conference…followed by its junking afterwards, as May is forced towards the most practicable alternative presently on offer.
Davies beats Davies – in the battle to succeed Davies. The result was announced by Davies.
Meanwhile, Hammond’s approval rating plumbs new depths – as Fox and Raab gain ground after criticising the Treasury’s Brexit forecasts.
Hall becomes PPS to the Party Chairman; Cartlidge follows Hunt to the Foreign Office; Chalk appointed PPS to the Health Secretary.
A former UKIP candidate has been rejected by the Mid-Ulster Conservatives. Why?
It has not automatically turned away previous UKIPers. Lewis’ local Association has absorbed seven former purple councillors.
If you can offer time as a mentor or speaker or donate to any of the groups mentioned in this article, it will be time and money well spent.
Plus: Here in Spain, I tremble at the prospect of losing water and electricity, and of eating Spanish meat. And: Prepare for my sordid confessions.