He also says the Tories were punished for threatening to turn the South into the “patio of England” by building homes.
Posts Tagged: Leadership
Perhaps firefighting this crisis is easier than tackling the many serious problems facing the nation.
“I give 100 per cent of my loyalty to the Prime Minister because I know he is focussed on issues that matter to people across the UK.”
George Freeman: Hancock’s critics will look for failures in his 100,000 test goal. But his ambition will drive Britain forward.
Used properly, stretch targets have the effect of galvanising the level of culture change, ambition, pace and delivery which is needed.
He cannot quite bring himself to say that he regrets the referendum that brought him down.
We revive our readers interviews, and the Foreign Secretary fields questions on policy, politics and personality.
Who will get Brexit done? Who is best placed to defeat Corbyn at the next election? And who would do the best job of leading a government?
Associations are on alert after an unidentified man phoned members to demand urgent payments to secure their right to vote in the forthcoming ballot.
The two contenders for the top job answer questions from the online viewing public.
We’ll get the result of the Tory members’ ballot in a month. But many of their votes will be cast in a fortnight.
Members will receive their postal ballots between 6th and 8th July. Many will return them straight away, which could influence the tone of the race.
From the blog of the University of Liverpool academic: his detailed breakdown of the contest.
“I’m not disappointed by this result, because I think we’re uncovering something extraordinary…in British politics.”
“The question is who is best placed to…ask testing questions…who has the vision of Britain that’s going to excite people?”
The False Friend, The Stitch-Up, The Spoiler…our guide to all the cunning tactical voting options available to Tory MPs
Inevitably at this stage of the contest, rumours and allegations start to fly of clever-clever schemes, whizzo wheezes and dirty tricks.
The Moggcast. Johnson “understands that If we don’t leave by 31st October, there’s no Tory Party to lead”.
Jacob Rees-Mogg mulls the “constitutional problem” of a new Prime Minister not requiring an election. Plus: his memories of 13-year-old Rory Stewart.