Boris is down to fifth on his lowest percentage score in the poll to date.
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A weak opposition will let the Chancellor set the agenda, and invite a ‘risk versus stability’ frame which plays to his strengths as a candidate.
Whoever they may elect as their new leader, it’s clear that we Conservatives must be ready to fight the battles of the 1970s and 1980s all over again.
It’s the first time that the Chancellor has come out on top, and he’s done so with a 12-point lead over the Business Secretary.
The Prime Minister’s success springs from a preference, new to Westminster, for Cabinet ministers who actually know about their departments.
The Trade Union Bill is right. But it ends the effective truce on Party funding – so let’s prepare ourselves now for Labour’s revenge strike.
“Every family is a winner if we become a country that lives within its means, if we keep the record rate of jobs growth going, and we have more opportunities…”
The core of his plan is that councils will be forced to build. We support the Chancellor’s end and salute his courage. But the means look dicey.
Profile: Zac Goldsmith MP, the outsider leading the race to become Tory candidate for Mayor of London
The Richmond Park MP has demonstrated that he has the independent spirit which helped the last two Mayors to victory.
The man he supplants from that position? David Cameron.
The Mayor of London leads the Business Secretary by a single vote.
The Business Secretary was addressing Conservative Way Forward last night.
We need to be better at giving Conservative voters who work in the public sector the support they deserve.
His intervention deftly combined standing foursquare with David Cameron with reminding his audience that, when the referendum takes place, they may differ.
As speculation about his successors rises, the Prime Minister’s authority will diminish. MPs will seek to impress their future boss, not their current one.