In which I go campaigning with Grant Shapps’s brainchild, which has mobilised thousands of activists who would probably not have joined their local associations.
Posts Tagged: Grant Shapps MP
Here is our simple, positive, Conservative message on jobs – for when you are knocking on doors in the weeks ahead.
The Opposition would threaten economic chaos.
Senior members of the voluntary party, as well as MPs, are uneasy with the way in which it is now operating.
And other fun and serious ideas from the first declared candidate for the Conservative nomination for the London Mayoralty
A post he could hold, with the right to attend Cabinet, while staying as Mayor.
After all, they deserve a vote – and they can be trusted with one too.
The Mayor of London hasn’t really been dragged into the ongoing leadership struggle. Instead, he’s been emphasising his One Nation credentials.
At the heart of the row over two of the Home Secretary’s SpAds is the view at the very top of the Party that the next election is all that matters.
Of the grammar, academy and comprehensive ideals, only the first two are now left standing.
28 candidates have been selected for seats currently held by Tory MPs who are standing down – what kind of Parlimentary generation will they be?
Three easy ways to communicate the Conservative message to Generation Y.
Of course our efforts at Rochester weren’t helped by the glitches in the new CCHQ computer “Darth Vader”.
Peter Cuthbertson: Sex, lies, votes, private habits, skewed surveys – our electoral secrets laid bare
As a Conservative candidate, I found a number of chapters in Cowley and Ford’s new book encouraging.
The past week has been instructive: things have improved, but not by enough to effect proper change.