He sees the referendum result as a “defining test” for Britain, and is charged with finding solutions to help meet the challenge.
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Caroline Squire: Joe Chamberlain. Inspiration to Theresa May, founder of a dynasty – and my great-great-grandfather
It was the closeness of the family in Joe’s era that led critics to calling them ‘the clique’ – a toast that we still make today in their honour.
He has vanished at the time when his country most needs him.
It was not entirely clear at the time that it had created a new political structure that would last for generations – with the Conservatives as the leading party of the state.
The former is better qualified to be Prime Minister. The latter is the candidate that members want in the final.
Fox’s authentic appeal. Gove’s turbulent genius. Leadsom’s fresh start. Which Brexiteer should face May in the final?
An awesome responsibility will greet the eventual winner. The new Prime Minister must rise to the greatest national challenge since that which confronted Churchill.
Interview. Crabb on his “party and national unity candidacy”. And why we need a One Nation Government that gets on with Brexit.
“I think that I’m somebody with a strong grasp of some of the social and economic divisions in our country and with a sense of direction for the future.”
The case for Gove. His candidature is the one best placed not only to ensure that Britian quits the EU but that social mobility is boosted.
A tale of fatal misunderstandings, tensions and deep differences – and of a potential cycle of grievance which all the leadership candidates must stop before it starts.
Guy Opperman and Stuart Andrew: We disagree on Europe. But next weekend, as Conservatives, we will unite to campaign.
It will then be time next weekend to dust ourselves down, and remember what truly unites us all.
A new book charts how, over the course of a complicated career, he tried to bring peace to the island whilst defending British interests.
Our mission to achieve a property owning democracy continues.
A new book claims the great man was an instrument of divine providence. He would not have been convinced, and nor should you be.
Labour is the Party of the queue. Do you want to send your daughter to the best local school? Tough. Do you want a new home for your family? Tough.