Labour MPs voted against the local government finance settlement. They would also scrap Ofsted, increase taxes, and delay Brexit.
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Vital public services face a recruitment crisis because the cost of living deters applicants. Our report shows how the Tories can address this challenge.
Our survival as a party and arguably that of our nation itself depends on people having a stake in this country.
Our analysis shows that any political party will struggle to win a working majority if they fail to connect with the poorest voters across Britain.
The fourth piece in our series this week about what the Tory Manifesto should look like.
Andy Street: Brownfield First works in the West Midlands. The Conservatives should commit to rolling it out elsewhere.
Our pledge has been to look first to these former industrial sites, to reclaim them and clean them up, when developers come knocking on the door.
Matt Kilcoyne: The Conservative manifesto. Wooing Labour heartlands with socialist policy is a doomed strategy.
The first piece of a series this week about what the Conservative Manifesto should look like.
Labour claims to be concerned about what they call “voter suppression.” They should sort out their own Party.
Parvez Akhtar: The Conservatives will need to campaign hard to retain the Mayoralty of the West Midlands
The region is still strong Labour territory. We must ensure that Andy Street is at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in 2022.
I am determined to refocus the conversation: to how we bring crime levels down; and build the homes we desperately need.
Neil O’Brien: How we can win support from younger voters – and turn our present strength into an enduring majority
For me, the most concerning thing wasn’t being behind among the very young, but being behind among everyone under age 47.
The former Prime Minister pretends the threefold rise in house prices during his term in office was inevitable. Not so.
Jack Airey: The planning process is burdensome and risky for developers – while imposing eyesores on our communities
Real estate investors can see that ugly and alienating buildings are no longer good economics. But beautiful ones are.
Can we honestly say that a house with damp is acceptable? Or a home with poor insulation, when it costs an extra £650 per year to heat?
The Neoliberal Manifesto, a joint project between the Adam Smith Institute and 1828, champions an approach based on freedom, markets and choice.