No boost for Osborne from the Autumn Statement.
Posts Tagged: Sajid Javid MP
They both effectively argued that free market capitalism, left to its own devices, is its own worst enemy.
Replacing Cameron with the chief architect of a failed renegotiation would not be tenable with the British public.
Paul Abbott: Ride-sharing! Pavement stops! Fixed timetables! The shocking story of the rise of the big red London bus
Picture the objections from the hackney carriage PR-men! Perhaps if Sadiq Khan had been alive to see such news, he would have raised a formal objections in Parliament.
Plus: I hate Frankfurt. Love for Javid. Morgan’s popularity rises. And: No-one wants to see Danny Alexander’s ginger nuts swinging their way down Whitehall.
Chris Grayling MP: We have made great strides among minority communities – now we can go even further
From the many role models at senior levels to a boom in grassroots support, our Party is reaching groups whose core values are Conservative.
The last of three clips from this week’s Good Right panel at Party Conference with Ruth Davidson, Iain Duncan Smith, Michael Gove and Sajid Javid.
The second of three clips from this week’s Good Right panel.
The first of three clips from this week’s Good Right panel.
For all the Government’s failures, she was making a bold, brave argument. It may offend the zeitgeist within the M25, but it resonates in the bigger Britain.
Tim Montgomerie with Michael Gove, Sajid Javid , Iain Duncan Smith and Ruth Davidson.
As he prepares to make his speech, Osborne leads our future leader survey for the third month running
The ratings of all those named have scarcely changed – a tribute to the consistency and stability of the survey
With the Conservative Party Conference approaching, we look at the man who is likely to be its star: the Chancellor.
Nicky Morgan’s leadership ambitions and next week’s Conservative Conference give us the chance to hold a snap review.
Sunder Katwala: Corbyn may offer the Tories a new opportunity with minority voters – but that’s no cause for complacency
The next election may see increasingly distinct pitches from each of the parties towards sections of the latter.