I am clear that if the Party decides to focus its appeal mainly towards Brexit Party supporters, our demise will be swift.
A hectic schedule of hustings should be held. The public should be welcomed in – and proceedings broadcast on social media.
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Don’t imagine that the Party could be pushed into single figures in a national poll and then bounce back to beat Labour a few months later.
The solution to the challenges we face doesn’t lie in burying our heads in the sand or in jumping ship to another party.
No one has a prayer of bringing voters back to the Party if they don’t get on their knees and beg for forgiveness from the electorate.
A basic problem remains unaltered – that there is no Commons majority for a No Deal Brexit. This point has been well made by Ann Widdecombe.
Marr’s interview has shaped the news agenda whilst the Brexit Party leader has another opportunity to burnish his outsider status.
The contest may or may not produce a Snow White. But statistically, there are bound to be more than seven dwarves.
We need MEPs from a party whose commitment is not just informed by the desire to leave but also by a vision of what we should do when we have left.
A lethal combination of strategic incoherence and operational incompetence has seen the Remain wave pass the would-be mould-breakers by.
As the MP for the city seat for twelve years, I suppose I am as good a guide as anyone to the campaign ahead.
Some Ministers think that a Brexit Party win there could shift Labour to back May’s deal. But there’s an issue with timing.
The Prime Minister’s advisers will dream of her doing a Liverpool – coming back from three goals down. Notts County look like a more telling comparison.
We are heading towards a 1997-type defeat unless we make fundamental and radical changes to our machinery and to our policies.