The Thirsk & Malton MP claims that her deselection is being looked into “at the highest level” within the Conservative Party.
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Blair’s political appointments to quangos were 75 per cent Labour. Now we need to depoliticise the whole system.
But most of these want a vote-swapping or standing down arrangement rather than a fully-blown deal or merger.
Immigration, the Prime Minister, Syria, Boris Johnson, Iran and George Osborne were all important factors.
It’s worth putting the latest ones into perspective.
It’s is characterised by an affected wannabe-toff aesthetic dominated by vicious, socially Darwinist groupthink centred on people trying to out-conservative one another.
The Edelman Trust Barometer bears grim news for the Government as well as the Opposition – and for politicians generally.
Mind you, Heath’s Law probably applies: “The next election will resemble the last election more closely than most people believe.”
Such a law would strengthen the new code of practice that followed my 2011 Bill.
Tories are cheerful, socialists gloomy, the Scots expect to vote No…and UKIP supporters expect England to be knocked out in the first round of the World Cup.
The author replies to Paul Goodman, arguing that the CountryB4Party campaign is practicable.
In nearly every constituency, if not all of them, the best way to keep Labour out is to vote Conservative.
It casts light on their long-term problems as well as shorter-term difficulties.
To win outright, they will need the votes of everyone who supported them last time, plus practically everyone who is even prepared to think about doing so next time.
Okay, I’ll stick my neck out…The polling averages for the partieswill be Labour 36 per cent, Conservatives 33 per cent, Ukip 14 per cent, Lib Dems 10 per cent.