Recent elections show that the party can thrive in the emerging, more diverse America. But not if it can’t shake off this toxic President.
Posts Tagged: Daniel Hamilton
Whilst the incoming President is no enthusiast for Brexit, there are other areas in which Britain can seek to work in partnership with his White House.
Ollerenshaw back in Lancaster & Fleetwood. Shortlists for Brentwood & Ongar, and Hampstead & Kilburn. The latest candidate news.
Plus details of selections in Clwyd South, Delyn, Wrexham, Moray, West Aberdeenshire & Kincardine, and more.
The Minsk Agreement is the latest in a string of deals that have created frozen conflict zones on Russia’s borders. It’s time Europe got tough with Putin.
Hundreds of activists will descend on the constituency to help deliver victory. Would you like to be one of them?
There’s a limit to what we can do for Ukraine. But Tories shouldn’t sit side by side with autocrats.
Daniel Hamilton works in government relations and is a former Conservative councillor. He writes in a solely personal capacity. Follow Daniel on… Read more »
Daniel Hamilton is Director of European Affairs at Bell Pottinger. A long-standing Conservative Party member, he writes in a personal… Read more »
On Tuesday night, my sister Anna was attacked in her place of work. The photograph to the right shows the… Read more »
Daniel Hamilton is Director of the civil liberties group Big Brother Watch. Before last year’s general election, the Conservative Party… Read more »
Daniel Hamilton: The International Court of Justice must investigate the ethnic cleansing of Georgians in Abkhazia and South Ossetia
Daniel Hamilton is Director of the civil liberties group Big Brother Watch Late yesterday evening, the International Court of Justice… Read more »
It was reported yesterday that the BBC is considering an overhaul of its local radio network; scrapping local news packages… Read more »
By Daniel Hamilton Three years ago today, Kosovo declared independence from Serbia. Within hours of the National Assembly’s unanimous vote… Read more »
Prior to the Russian invasion of Georgia in August 2008, and the occupation of one fifth of its country by… Read more »
It is highly likely that many people will have heard of the European Commission’s £10 million INDECT project, the canny… Read more »