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Door knocking is excellent. But the epidemic has prompted us to find other ways of winning over voters.
Rakhia Ismail: I was a Labour Councillor in Islington for nine years. Here’s why I’ve joined the Conservatives.
While the Labour Party are very quick to accuse others of racism, they’re much slower to see it in their own ranks.
Here’s both what his team did and how it communicated – deploying the discipline of the second to boost the first.
Rachel Wolf: Johnson’s re-set choice. He can focus on the Just About Managing. Or go after Affluent Britain. But not both.
The manifesto path means doing things now. The Cameroon path relies on a public rejection of much said before. A vague agenda in the middle won’t cut it.
In an open society, people and businesses have the freedom to move around; to take advantage of opportunity.
Young black men in London are half as likely to be employed as young white men. Destroying our past won’t help.
The first group of savings are about making the state more efficient, the second about creating a state focused on the core tasks of government.
Emma Revell: The triple-lock for state pensions is not a priority right now. Guaranteeing young people’s futures is.
They’re facing mass unemployment and freezes on their wages. The Government must do its utmost to change the situation.
Ed Vaizey: Ending tax-free shopping for international visitors would be disastrous for the British economy
The policy will make the country less competitive on the world stage. Indeed, it’ll be the only one in Europe not offering VAT-free shopping.
New research today by WPI Strategy categorically proves that the business rates burden is highest in northern towns such as Barrow and Leigh.
The London Borough of Bromley, which I am proud to represent, is a case in point – because cases remain relatively low.
An excellent book about the Prime Minister has just been published. Unfortunately it is in German.
Stephen Booth: As the Brexit deadline nears, the UK stands strong on fishing rights, but Frost hints at movement on state aid
All eyes will be on Emmanuel Macron this week, since France has been most prepared to play hardball.
The bill for TfL staff working on trade union activities has nearly doubled under him to £8.7 million.