The author of Waging the War of Ideas wasn’t just a Thatcherite: he was a pre-Thatcherite.
Posts Tagged: Thatcherism
Our proposed tax cut for small businesses is big, bold, self-financing – and would boost jobs and drive up living standards. What could be more Thatcherite than that?
She was a great Prime Minister, but modern conservatism’s veneration for Margaret Thatcher is holding both her party and her values back.
Lord Saatchi’s scheme fails the Thatcher Test – because it abandons the principle that the tax system should be as neutral as possible between different businesses.
The Centre for Policy Studies’ coming conference lauds freedom. But voters seem to prefer security.
Voters should remember the damage that the Blair and Brown-led governments are responsible for.
Edward Leigh MP: The lesson of these Euro-elections: Modernisation has failed. Get back to real conservatism. End the Coalition now.
My programme: Let grammars expand. Means-test incidental health costs. The Green Deal is a joke. Immigration is still a farce. Apologise for same sex marriage.
Iain Dale: Sarah Wollaston wants to know what others would have done about Nigel Evans. Here’s my answer.
Plus: Nigel and the whips. Why Peter Oborne believes that I am Nostradamus. Lord Steel must have heard the Cyril Smith rumours. And: Two Thatchers & Two Queens.
On the first anniversary of her death, Thatcher’s biographer hails her as the most conservative and most radical Prime Minister we have ever had
It’ll be like the party conference of your dreams, but without a party label attached: as long as you value freedom, you’ll be welcome.
As in 1983, the choice is is stark: either to continue progress towards recovery, or to follow extreme and damaging Labour policies
The Conservatives must be for something, not against everything – and thus follow in the footsteps of their greatest post-war election winner.
The Centre will celebrate Lady Thatcher’s life and achievements, and look to the future, educating a new generation at home and abroad about her values.
The Tories may win the war on welfare, but if they lose the war on poverty, it could well prove to be a hollow and very short-lived victory.
I would like to encourage all ConHome readers to help us give the great lady a lasting legacy in her home town.