A summary of the news from the junior ranks to date. Announcements of appointments yet to conclude.
Posts Tagged: Jesse Norman MP
In advancing controversial policies without an explanation other than economic return, the party has been left open to claims of acting from greed and elitism.
The Government should order group troops to fight if it so decides. The Commons should then question its actions, debate them and vote on them. That is the right way round.
The full text of his Inaugural Lecture to the Bingham Constitutional Studies Programme at Balliol College, Oxford.
A modernised internal structure, increased transparency, and oversight by Ofcom will help keep ‘Auntie’ fit for the coming decade.
It’s not enough to just carry on as usual, filling the second chamber with party donors.
This week we examine another region where the main parties fought themselves to a stalemate, whilst UKIP positioned themselves for future success.
Jesse Norman wins Culture, Julian Lewis Defence…and Meg Hillier is the new Chairman of the Public Accounts Committtee.
Cameron’s former chief strategist has lost patience with crony capitalism. The new Deputy Chairman of the Party is well-placed to help make real his radical vision.
Our final pre-election version – complete with the 30 new Tory candidates most likely to make it to the Commons.
Its leader voted for Cameron in 2010. Now he’s trying to occupy ground that Cameron has vacated.
Politics is “a noble calling”. And in praise of Abraham Lincoln, Edmund Burke and Louis Armstrong.
The two main parties are making a big mistake by pitching their appeal at supporters of two minor ones – UKIP and the Greens.
We need more Parliamentarians capable of earning £1,333 per hour – not fewer.
From tuition fees to those Farage debates: the story of how my party went from Cleggmania to single digits in under five years.