Plus: Osborne squeezes the rich till their pips squeak. Prime Minister Corbyn, and other fantasises. Stephen McPartland has balls of steel. And: No breast jokes here.
Opposed by Clarke and Heseltine, supported by Lilley and Portillo and backed by John Major as Prime Minister, it was the former Tory leader’s “proudest achievement”.
Plus: Rubbish in the Sun. Andy Carroll is out. A mystery Tory is in – with an au pair, at any rate. My controversial book on the NHS. And: Lord Fink is right.
“The BBC has become frightened of its own shadow.”
Patrick McLoughlin, Transport Secretary and former miner, on UKIP, HS2, the Euston Arch, Heathrow and the desirability of getting ahead with one’s Christmas shopping.
In practice, and in principle, a Conservatism of liberty and responsibility is the best way to help others.
If you trace the political evolution of the Cameroons you will find their origins on the right, not the left, of the Conservative Party
Former Defence Secretary says “journalism veered on hysteria.”
By Michael Portillo. Although the general election still seems a long way off, this year is one that will really… Read more »
The video was followed by a discussion with Michael Portillo and Jacqui Smith: