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Posts Tagged: General Election 2015
Some voters are angry, but anger doesn’t define most people most of the time.
Johnson is right – it might be comforting for the left to rage at voters, but it only leads to further disaster
It’s a familiar and inviting path, but its destination is a political wasteland.
The balance of the argument is against one as matters stand. But May will have no alternative but to go to the country if Parliament frustrates Brexit or her negotiation.
James Cartlidge: The triple lock. The NHS. The aid budget. If there’s to be a snap election, we’ll need a new manifesto
And on Brexit, as one who campaigned for In, I say we should get on with it, and avoid the one outcome that is infinitely less preferable to Leave or Remain: limbo.
The Fixed-term Parliaments Act is not an impenetrable barrier, but it does complicate things.
Clark Vasey: Eagle now calls out the Hard Left for thuggery. But she said nothing when the target was Esther McVey.
Wirral West saw probably the nastiest, most personalised campaign of last year’s General Election.
After ten years as leader, a Commons majority at last.
The senior whip asks: who can best reunify our parliamentary party and our voters?
Johnny Mercer: If you want to move into the unknown, go for it. It is your right. But I’m not coming. I’m voting Remain.
Do we really think in a world that is only getting more dangerous and more complex, we are better off alone, or as part of a team heading in generally the same direction?
Local autonomy is the recipe for a successful campaign.
A take on the issues by Daily and Sunday Politics.
It may be almost impossible for Labour to win the next election, but it will be very easy for us to lose it. We must not rest on our laurels.
Michael Orton: Tackling insecurity. Here’s a plan published from the Left but with solutions for the Right – and for everyone else
Our Five-plus ideas focus on good jobs, decent incomes, secure and affordable housing and the best start in life for all our children and grandchildren
Making our message attractive to urban voters who share so many of our values is absolutely essential to building a genuinely one-nation Conservative Party.