How Cameron can bind up the Party’s wounds post-election.
Posts Tagged: Robert Halfon MP
The latest iteration has good bits, some bad bits – and nothing substantial to boost ownership of the Party by its members.
Our Cabinet league table. Cameron’s ratings go negative. Boris’s are the lowest on record. Feelings are running high in the Tory family.
Leave supporters mark Remain Ministers down. Remain supporters mark Leave Ministers down. Gove heads the table on our lowest top score ever.
Plus: the consistent popularity of Fallon and Javid, and Crabb’s astonishing leap.
To begin with, we should stop engaging with community leaders, and engage with BME voters directly.
IDS is top. May is up. And the Autumn Statement hasn’t revived Osborne’s fortunes.
Whilst Michael Gove has risen to the top.
Pledges on this scale cannot be delivered in this Commons without Conservative consensus. They can only be charmed – not bullied – onto the statute book.
Nicky Morgan’s leadership ambitions and next week’s Conservative Conference give us the chance to hold a snap review.
The Government must be prepared to stand up for its policies and keep its eyes fixed on what voters really think, not be blown off course by hot air from the media.
Low taxes for low income earners, the Northern Powerhouse, devolution and… Halfonism.
The Deputy Chairman of the Party is interviewed by Conservative Way Forward.
The man he supplants from that position? David Cameron.
Doing so could fund a substantial cut in National Insurance and wrest control of the green agenda away from the left.
This is our chance to capitalise on a surge in support and enthusiasm, especially among the young.