The media has suggested there is something suspect about the Conservative Party’s receipt of private money.
Posts Tagged: Jo Swinson MP
Neil O’Brien: Policies for a new Britain – in which the central point for new Tory MPs is the moors on the edge of Sheffield
Can have a bold enough economic policy that people in these newly gained seats can see the difference in five years’ time?
We sometimes thought it wouldn’t happen, but the instruction is unambiguous. The voters have responded to the Prime Minister’s call to Get Brexit Done.
Plus: Leaders who will have to go and reflections on my eleventh general election. How things have changed.
The SNP win the constituency and are on course to do well in this general election.
“Double-standards apply,” she says when asked about approval ratings and whether she is a victim of sexism.
ConHome’s election panel. “The Conservatives should be obsessing about contrast – not just on Brexit, but other wedge issues too.”
Each week, our panel of James Frayne, Marcus Roberts, Trevor Phillips, and Salma Shah will will analyse and assess what’s happening.
Lord Ashcroft: “A craven opportunist”; “She’s a bit militant”; “I want it over and done with” – my final round of election focus groups
We visit Bishop Auckland, Warwick and Leamington, and Wimbledon. And ask: which actors would the interviewees cast in ‘Election 2019: The Movie’?
I’ve been nervous after last time – but here goes. Plus: Farage is having a dreadful campaign. And why election night TV will never be the same again.
The move back to two party politics of 2017 seems to be repeating itself this time round.
Eamonn Ives: Yesterday’s TV environment debate. No-one told the truth – that capitalism and climate concern are compatible
It felt very much as though climate change was playing second fiddle to other overarching intentions which the candidates were keen to trot out.
David Gauke: Labour struggling. The LibDems not cutting through. The Tories winning by default. My take in this unusual election for me.
We are on course for a WTO Brexit. Given the opinion polls, the media’s attention would be best focused on the implications of such an outcome for the country.
The LibDem leader tells Andrew Marr she will not strike a Brexit deal with Johnson. “I’m voting for the things that I’m standing up for,” she says.
The Lib Dem leader’s approach has a logic to it, but it is risky. But instead of delivering a surge, her numbers are on the slide.
Economic competence has been the cornerstone of the Conservative appeal. Remove that cornerstone and the entire structure becomes fragile.