It was one thing to have a new constitutional arrangement for five-year terms in 2010. It may be another if everyone is tired, unhappy and rebellious in 2015.
Posts Tagged: European Elections 2014
The French point out that we have far less to worry about than they do: we do not belong to the euro
French residents in London prefer Cameron’s politics to Farage’s.
The three reasons to vote Tory. For delivery in Europe, value for money in local government – and to back our long-term economic plan.
Plus: Boris’ big MP hurdle. Why Helmer is a disastrous by-election choice. Anonymous MEPs. And: No. 10’s cup of cold sick.
Also: DUP veto gay marriage a third time; ex-IRA man accuses Adams of giving him orders; and Scottish teachers sack general secretary after three weeks.
Plus: Shapps will be Tory Chairman until the election. The Church of England is a left-wing sect. Philomena. Current Affairs. And: Pamela Parker, In Memoriam.
The two are co-operating in trying to boost their votes at Cameron’s expense.
Also: Continuity IRA leader shot dead in Belfast; controversy as CBI back Better Together; and Welsh Labour get the knives out.
Admirers of Hands say he has the toughness needed to speak truth to power. His detractors say he is far too close to the Chancellor.
“The three Rs – Reform, Renegotiation and – above all – a Referendum.”
And, on the day of the second Clegg/Farage debate, opposition to a deal is at its highest yet too.
Sunder Katwala: The Euro-elections are the Eurosceptic cup final, but most voters don’t watch the match
May’s poll will be a poor guide to the general election that will follow a year later.
Merkel would be annoyed, but Germany’s new Euro-sceptic party is painfully respectable and would make a suitable partner for the Tories.
Priti Patel MP: The choice at the next election. State control with Labour, or free enterprise with the Conservatives.
A Labour Government would exacerbate feelings of unfairness in society as they entrench a welfare-dependent culture built on the backs of those who work hard.
The party is trying to professionalise while retaining its insurgent appeal. We take a look at the man tasked with the job.