If her experience at the Home Office makes offering broad-strokes guarantees difficult, then the Home Secretary should set out her position in detail.
Posts Tagged: Conservative leadership election 2016
Are you simply a candidate of the Right? How would you handle a Democrat administration in America?
The case for Gove. His candidature is the one best placed not only to ensure that Britian quits the EU but that social mobility is boosted.
“We risk splitting the Party.”
“I think it is preferable to be a Brexiteer rather than a Remainer.”
“If my sole ambition was place and position I would have declared my candidacy last week”
The next Tory leader “has to be someone who believes in the opportunity of leaving the EU”.
The status of EU migrants living in the UK is something she would “factor that into the negotiations”.
What evidence is there that you can increase the Party’s electoral reach? Would you bring back liberal interventionism? Would you appoint George Osborne to your Cabinet?
An under-reported contributor to this week’s events is that they aren’t getting enough sleep.
Fox looks marooned. Gove is fighting to stay afloat…and the wind is in the sails of the Energy Minister.
The Party needs to treat its members with respect and be a far more democratic in its structure.
“I have to say I never thought I’d be in this position. I did not want it – indeed I did almost everything I could not to be a candidate for the leadership of this party.”
Shouldn’t the next Prime Minister be a Leave supporter? Do you support local authorities setting up new selective schools? Will you serve a full term if you win in 2020?
“This has been an extraordinary, testing, momentous time for Britain. But we will make it through stronger and prouder.”