The death of one good man will not be assuaged by another good man being forced to resign by media pressure.
Posts Tagged: Grant Shapps MP
The Party Board should ensure that the issues at stake are addressed with a credibility that is presently absent.
His departure follows claims that he failed to act to prevent bullying by Mark Clarke.
The Clarkegate allegations have revealed flawed accountability structures and failures of confidentiality – exacerbated by a fixation with the short-term.
Plus: a tough week for Howlett. Sleepless nights for Feldman and Shapps. And: The absurd Harris-Quinney resurfaces.
So said Grant Shapps, eight years ago. Conservatives shouldn’t forget it now.
David Burrowes MP: From Macleod through Spicer to Boris. The continuing story of the Conservative fight against homelessness.
Later today I will be joining with other MPs and with CEOs in a sleep out to raise money for DePaul UK. Do visit my fundraising page.
Plus: Greenhalgh impresses as only three candidates show at a hustings. Osborne’s minimum wage. And: Hunting – I don’t like posh people on horses killing foxes.
The Corporation’s behaviour is unlikely to help its lobbyists convince Westminster that it deserves licence fee renewal.
The computers that crashed. And the campaign that didn’t. The story of the Tory stealth operation that outwitted Labour last month
The first full analysis of how the 2015 election was won. The Party’s efforts were driven by an innovative approach to target seats. So what worked and what didn’t?
This no-holds-barred conversation will involve members, activists, digital friends, MPs, councillors and professional staff – and I want all the big questions asked.
Plus: Well done, Tracey Crouch. Please leave Britain, Paul O’Grady. The delightful Matt Hancock. And lefty lies about champagne.
So we are back at the Palace of Varieties with far more MPs than expected – and relatively few casualties.
If he stays in Number Ten, Cameron must change – by sharing power with his top team. Brady should be Chief Whip.
The governing duopoly of the Prime Minister and Chancellor should be replaced by a collegiate top team – including the present ’22 Chairman as a new Chief Whip.