Voters aren’t focusing on the constitution, but on the SNP’s record in Government. We must be ready to capitalise on this by telling then the truth.
David Lammy and the Social Mobility Commission both made a big splash on the basis of weak evidence and flawed assumptions.
There are better ways to spend money on education than on tax breaks for very expensive profit-making institutions.
The Conservative view of opportunity is nearer the truth than the cynicism of a villain in Game of Thrones.
CCHQ and the Policy Board need to take a long hard look at our recent campaign, and work out what we can rapidly learn from it in terms of techniques and messages.
Today’s papers show she already has a tough time pleasing everyone.
Low aspirational parenting and teaching are key problems.
It would be wrong to assume you can simply sweep reducing poverty into a wider social mobility plan: they are not the same.
To reach deprived families you need to drag them to the front of the queue.
The new Government can’t realistically aim to target its programme on everyone. To govern is to choose.
It is wrong to hold selection tests on specific days – with mock papers available for middle class parents to buy and tutor their children for.
She shares Thatcher’s interest in “ordinary working people” – but without the overarching aim of shrinking the role of the state.
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.
Cameron may soon be going, but we must ensure that his legacy is secured, our party should unite, and our work should begin again.
Don’t let anyone fool you into believing that quitting the EU will make us any more prosperous or secure or influential.