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Posts Tagged: Robert Halfon MP
The former apprentice and Conservative candidate for Pontefract says that Labour’s caricature of the Party is a ploy to keep the North and people down.
Policies like Right to Buy and Starter Homes are steps in the right direction – but we still need to start building hundreds of thousands of new homes.
The new Deputy Chairman has a track record of taking up radical goals, and battling until he succeeds.
Cameron’s former chief strategist has lost patience with crony capitalism. The new Deputy Chairman of the Party is well-placed to help make real his radical vision.
Plus: Well done, Tracey Crouch. Please leave Britain, Paul O’Grady. The delightful Matt Hancock. And lefty lies about champagne.
Our final pre-election version – complete with the 30 new Tory candidates most likely to make it to the Commons.
If he stays in Number Ten, Cameron must change – by sharing power with his top team. Brady should be Chief Whip.
The governing duopoly of the Prime Minister and Chancellor should be replaced by a collegiate top team – including the present ’22 Chairman as a new Chief Whip.
Two are ties, and Labour are ahead in three, though well within the margin of error.
Ever since his days as a Thatcherite firebrand at Exeter University, this Tory of Asian descent has believed in a tough, meritocratic conservatism.
The Chancellor has transformed over this Parliament, with a growing political focus on ordinary working people.
Plus: A present for Jacqui Smith. In memory of Constance Henriette Dale. I am reviving my blog. And finally: A truly disgusting reference to vibrators.
The second part of our pre-Autumn Statement mini-series on the Chancellor looks at his growing political focus on ordinary working people.
The past week has been instructive: things have improved, but not by enough to effect proper change.
The 40p tax reduction plan fits uneasily both with deficit reduction and smart politics.