We can’t win a workable majority without breaking through in more seats in the urban and suburban North and Midlands.
Posts Tagged: Stephen Crabb MP
Also: Crabb concedes Wales should have more powers; Lords call to pause Scotland Bill; second SNP MP faces police investigation; First Minister of Ulster steps down; and more.
Also: Crabb warns constitutional fixation risks paralysing Welsh politics; Scottish Labour splits party on Trident; Scottish education policy under attack; and more.
Also: SNP under pressure over NHS decline; IRA crisis plagues Ulster parties; Unite to back ditching Trident at Scottish Labour conference; and more.
Also: Nationalists under fire over second MP; Cameron increases pressure for Ulster deal; Crabb claims slim chance of reaching Welsh devolution agreement; and more.
Nicky Morgan’s leadership ambitions and next week’s Conservative Conference give us the chance to hold a snap review.
Labour-run Cardiff Council has abdicated its responsibilities to the people of our fantastic capital city.
Another region, another strong Conservative result against a mismanaged Labour campaign plagued by local miseries.
Welsh Tories are back to levels of representation last seen in the 1980s. How did they pull it off, and how they can build on it?
Also: Ofcom deem UKIP a ‘major party’ in Wales; Murphy’s ratings slump as he fails to stop Labour collapse; and Crabb denies that Wales is underfunded.
The third piece in our series examines the four-way battle for the hearts and minds of voters in Wales.
Also: Brown calls for the nationalisation of unprofitable North Sea oil fields; and Northern Ireland braces for the bite of austerity.
Raised by a single mother on a council estate, and a devotee of social justice, the Welsh Secretary has been making waves.
The party’s position in Wales has recovered strongly since 1997, but evidence suggests that there remain barriers to further progress.
Includes five jobshare posts, and returns to the front bench for Ken Clarke, Liam Fox, Tom Watson…and Emily Thornberry.