They’re right to ask the question. If the answer comes back that May’s plan is harming the Tory campaign machine and electoral prospects, what will they do?
Both gave Downing Street the opportunity to assuage their concerns about Chequers, but still found the policy unacceptable.
There are early signs of a common profile of the seats chosen as targets.
And a leader with a mandate from Welsh members requires more recognition.
Lewis has adopted a wise policy of transparency. That offers a chance to ditch guesstimates.
Five task forces cover energising our economy, transforming our public services, building a fairer society, sustaining our democracy and shaping a Global Britain.
It is vital that we all work together to fight against an increasingly abusive public discourse – wherever it may come from – that coarsens public debate.
We doubt that such institutional bias exists. But we would say that, wouldn’t we? Fortunately, Sayeeda Warsi has hit on a solution.
Some local campaigns printed off full duplicates of their canvassing data, in case CCHQ repeated last year’s trick of selectively turning off VoteSource.
As Leader of the Conservative Party, I want to thank each and every one of you for all your hard work during the local elections.
Following the results of last Thursday’s elections, we should feel rejuvenated by the clarity of the pro-Brexit message that the voters sent to us.
I want to commend every single one of you that stood for council or campaigned in any way in this poll.
Andrew Gimson’s article on this site yesterday was wrong about its condition. The quality of SpAds that it produces is still high.
Unless we find a way to win over those in their forties, thirties and younger, we will have an even bigger problem at the next election.
The Party has voluntarily released the data, to show it walks the walk, as well as talking the talk.