How Cameron can bind up the Party’s wounds post-election.
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Daniel Thornton: To make its Queen’s Speech work, the Government must handle Parliament better. Here’s how.
Ministers must consult and build alliances before rushing ahead with more ambitious reforms.
The clamour about last week’s elections and June’s EU referendum is obscuring the deep problems that the Government and the country face.
And much of this material is propaganda – not fact.
WATCH: Cameron – “I want everyone to know how strongly we feel that the right choice is to stay in.”
“A lot of people want to know: what does the Government think?”
Two in three party member respondents to our survey say that Gove should become Deputy Prime Minister
The nub of our case is that the Justice Secretary is well placed to help bring the Government together and drive it forwards.
More power and control must be devolved to Cabinet members if we are to see the improvement in the quality of government that is now plainly necessary.
James Cartlidge: I will vote Remain because I believe in the sovereignty that matters most – that of economic strength
Do people find sovereignty in a Parliament they regrettably take little interest in – or in actual power and the pound in their pocket: their job; their standard of living?
Were they all to do so, it follows that Cameron would have no need to offer Ministers a free vote – as he should.
The Strathclyde proposals are welcome and further change should be gradualist.
The Institute for Government’s new guide reminds us that the Conservative-Liberal Democrat partnership helped to improve Britain for the better.
Nick Timothy: Detailed analysis? Strategic planning? Not a bit of it. Let me tell you how a Spending Review really works
They ought to be an important opportunity for the Government to quicken the pace and improve the quality of reform.
It’s time for a Parliamentary prerogative to replace the Royal prerogative.
Iain Dale: Hilton’s new book. Just a talking point for the elites? I hope not – it’s better than that
It gets you thinking about why, as a society, we are becoming less human and more robotic and sclerotic by the decade.
Reasons to be Tory 14) Sheridan Westlake. And a bunch of other people you’ve probably never heard of.
On polling day, we honour the unknown heroes of this government – the Special Advisers, without whom little of what has been done would have been done.