And 84 per cent would not.
Posts Tagged: Matthew Parris
The text of my speech from yesterday evening’s debate on the future of the centre-right with Matthew Parris.
It has plenty of supporters among Conservative journalists. But why not among Conservative politicians?
Heresy of the week: “Tattoo-parlour Britain” isn’t the alternative to liberal Britain, but its by-product
The choice between the paths represented by Cambridge and Clacton doesn’t exist
The sea is our border, but not our limit. It can teach us about ourselves and our nation.
Nadhim Zahawi MP: The real Tory divide is between the majority that wants to win and the minority that doesn’t
The latter need to ask themselves: when did they become the thing they most hate in the world. When did they become LibDems?
Away from the playgrounds of the prosperous, “tattoo-parlour Britain” is very much today’s Britain
Matthew Goodwin debates with Matthew Parris
Where I am in sympathy and where I’m not with the protagonists in the Parris/Goodman debate.
“I sense you know it but if you doubt it read the comments beneath your letter”
An open letter to Matthew Parris. And a question: does the Conservative Party really want to survive?
The quarrels, resentments and grievances of the long years since 1990 could collapse “the oldest and most successful political party in the history of the world”.
ConservativeHome’s Executive Editor took on the Times columnist on the Daily Politics earlier: “I think this is a fundamental misreading of Douglas Carswell.”
“Fiasco”…”Lost the plot…”Hang his head in shame”…”Worst since 1989.” The centre-right press’s reshuffle verdict.
But there is an odd man out.
According to the senior backbencher, Tory rebels are pushing the Government towards popular policies on migration, energy and sovereignty.
The senior backbencher writes that those who support such initiatives as Bernard Jenkin’s recent letter aren’t “the old and grumpy”.