Near the heart of a decision that both approved was a distrust of the style of politics pursued by the Chancellor’s predecessor.
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Reading back, it highlights how supposedly level-headed ‘realists’ were so slow to recognise the true nature of the National Socialist regime.
This site is prepared to kit out both MPs if necessary. And the Prime Minister’s co-Chief of Staff too.
The first part of a mini-series on the growth of judicial power.
The campaign against the paper is not so much about a headline last week, but about shifting the balance of media power to the left.
Evidence suggests that there was a post-June 23rd spike. But a relationship with the referendum is contestable. And the normal trend soon reasserted itself.
The leadership election, Party members and the Tory press. How much difference will the pro-Johnson Telegraph make?
Endorsements don’t matter all that much. But the tone and flavour of coverage does – what stories are selected; how they are written; how they are projected.
Whatever one’s view of Cameron’s former head of strategy, he cannot simply be written off as some crusty reactionary.
From Reggie to Dessie: That Ashcroft extravaganza. As Davis edged further from Mrs May, Boris edged closer to Miss World…
Plus: Soames bottle-feeds the Crouch childlet. Gove’s lesé majeste. And: It’s Ken Clarke’s memoirs – Fifty Shades of Blue.
Iain Dale: We’re told that we must take politics out of the NHS. But why on earth would we want to do that?
Plus: Zac’s chances, Jarvis’s speech, Stuart Ramsay’s great scoop. And: how long can it be before Carswell and Evans re-join the Conservatives?
A large part of the reason for the Chancellor backing off is the interplay between the EU referendum and Tory MPs’ views.
In the 1975 referendum, the press campaigned for, and got, a yes vote. What will its influence be this time?
A stress on character is at the heart of the reforms which Cameron described yesterday and which Gove is implementing.
The weakness of the Government’s EU renegotiation demands is a boon to the Leave campaign.
It cannot go about its daily businesses as efficiently as it might while the Party Chairman’s authority crumbles under the weight of daily media stories.