Plus: Making polite chat with Ted Heath. Musing on Boris Johnson’s future. Alan Clark on crack. And: My mucker Chuka.
Posts Tagged: Nigel Farage MEP
Lord Ashcroft: Some surprises in my latest constituency polling – and a look at the leaders’ backyards
Plus, should Nigel Farage be standing in Doncaster North rather than Thanet South?
Of course our efforts at Rochester weren’t helped by the glitches in the new CCHQ computer “Darth Vader”.
Voters are divided over which of the two main parties will be in Government after next May – yet also expect Cameron to be Prime Minister.
Dear Prime Minister, here is a way to save your country and your party.
They are touching the same sensitive spot that makes the public go gooey as Blair touched – in the same way, but with different lines.
Westminster should ditch the focus group-driven platitudes. At least with Farage, whether you like him or not, you know where he stands.
Metropolitan liberals, social conservatives, free marketers, old-fashioned patriots. The first is the ascendancy. But all must have their place.
Ed West: Tim Montgomerie has ten reasons for not voting for UKIP. Here are ten of mine for doing so.
Why I disagree with the case set out on this site by its former Editor a week ago.
The latest claim isn’t just flimsy, it’s implausible – and a gift to UKIP.
From tuition fees to those Farage debates: the story of how my party went from Cleggmania to single digits in under five years.
Lord Ashcroft: Labour and the Conservatives are still within a point of each other in this week’s poll
Ed Miliband is the only party leader who is less popular among swing voters than among the electorate as a whole.
The party’s Economy spokesman is under attack – and the ‘People’s Army’ are well-practiced in infighting.
But the Conservatives need fundamental change.
As it happens, I live only a few hundred yards from his house.