The Lib Dem Minister’s Lamborghini defence of Osborne’s pensions plan was a reminder of his contribution to the Coalition.
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And the percentage opposing a deal with the LibDems? 92 per cent.
The Party as a whole should have a say in whether what is on offer is acceptable, if that happens.
Four out of five Party members believe an In/Out EU Referendum should be a second Coalition red line
Cameron’s options for a second term of government with Clegg are narrowing.
Would it be better to have a second Tory-LibDem coalition stretching to 2020, or a stand-alone policy that could put Miliband in Downing Street before then?
As outlined, it suggests continuity with the Coalition’s approach. But there are tensions sbetween its aims and those of a future Labour finance team.
He laudably steps up each time the Government calls on him – being Minister for Portsmouth is a funny way to thank him.
To be specific, it goes up by five points. That’s the first increase since July.
Another Liberal Democrat promoted. (And more Tories will seethe.)
John Major, William Hague, Michael Howard, David Cameron – all promised to win over new converts, all ended up preaching to the choir. And still no sign of the promised land: an outright majority.
On a range of key issues, Conservative policies are individually popular; yet, taken together, these relentlessly hardline stances give off a whiff of uncaring harshness.
Were the next election to produce a hung Parliament, Browne would surely urge the formation of a second blue-yellow coalition.
In It Together: Andrew Gimson reviews Matthew d’Ancona’s penetrating account of a coalition that cannot explain itself
The book provides a feast of material – and is too canny to pretend to say the last word on its topic.
Now that both parties are fighting to take credit for the coalition's achievements, rather than seeking to blame each other… Read more »
On tax, raising the stamp duty threshold tops our “red lines” poll and restoring the 10p tax band comes last
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter. I wrote yesterday that it is perhaps surprising not to see the economy or… Read more »