A new analysis has ranked every one of the Party’s 13 leaders to have contested a General Election since 1906.
Posts Tagged: Sir Winston Churchill
Commentators who think Elizabeth II has not done much to preserve the monarchy tend not to have imagined what another monarch might have been like.
Looking at long lines of miserable British people awaiting one handout or another, he fired back: “The socialist dream is no longer Utopia, but Queue-topia!”
It is now clear that Baldwin (and Chamberlain after him) steadily rebuilt Britain’s armed strength in a determined and prudent manner after 1934.
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There is a strong patriotic argument to be made in favour of the Convention which leaves plenty of room for criticism of the European Court.
From Reggie to Dessie: The toils of Sarah Newton. Pigswill for Rory Stewart. And is Kris Hopkins the Caring Whip?
Plus: The SNP take over a bar, a rumpus at Women to Win, no booze at Steve Hilton’s book launch…and from Russia with Love to Soames.
Lewis Baston: When nationalists helped to pitch out a minority Conservative government. The general election of 1892.
Think of today’s two main parties led in 2015 by Nicholas Soames and Denis Healey and you are part of the way there.
So we need to continue to invest heavily in naval equipment – ensuring that it comes into operation, and has the manpower to go with it.
We cannot afford to cede it to Labour politicians who have no answer to the problem of low pay but more spending, more borrowing and more debt for future generations.
The current system fails taxpayers and detainees alike.
Conservative values of thrift, responsibility and self-reliance have a firmer footing upon the rock of Scripture than the Archbishop of York supposes.
It is important not to fall in to the error of imagining the two countries to be more similar than they really are.
Penny Mordaunt’s parliamentary puns should be welcomed, not blasted by hypocritical puritans.
From tuition fees to those Farage debates: the story of how my party went from Cleggmania to single digits in under five years.