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The Prime Minister is neither a pessimist nor a foxhunter, but there are other ways to be a conservative.
James Frayne: Ten errors that Conservatives must avoid making about the new working class voters who backed them last month
Listening to conversations in Westminster in recent days, I fear a number of misconceptions will drive bad decision-making.
Manchester and Birmingham already play host to Conservative Conference. The Party should be much bolder, and move much farther north.
Profile: Mark Spencer – the power behind the reshuffle and the man who disciplined the Brexit rebels
The Chief Whip is a farmer who recognises that “a lame ewe needs to be put down”.
The scale of the challenge is vast, but ultimately it’s a “good problem” to have.
“Whatever the outcome, I want you to know how grateful I am for your support.”
“You can vote for Corbyn or the Lib Dems, or you can elect a Parliament that gets stuff done. That’s the future I want for Britain.”
My research suggests that parties of the centre-right should be cautious about mistaking transactional voter support for deeper allegiance.
The Brexit Party will win 13-14% of the vote in Thursday’s election despite what the opinion polls say, he predicts.
Vox pub: In Remain-leaning London, Johnson’s cause endures, and Umunna has found no passport to Pimlico
One drinker stood up for Labour and called the Prime Minister a liar. But during several hours of talk, nobody sprang to Corbyn’s defence.
There are some signs of improvement, and some continued problems. Share your experience with us to inform our analysis.
The most serious risk of all is the clear possibility that the new regime will lead to a massive increase of immigration.
Fraser Raleigh: We must continue to campaign for the Union – and shun loose talk of trading off Scottish votes for English ones
As we champion the Union, we need to recognise that each nation is having a subtly different conversation with itself about its future.
The start of the debate on the Queen’s Speech showed how the general election will be fought.