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Yesterday saw the launch of our former editor’s new report, Prosperity for All. Here’s our account of it.
Philippa Stroud: I worked with IDS for five years. Now I’m back at the CSJ. And here’s my vision of what it should do next
We need to campaign on better Life Chances, find new innovative ways of measuring poverty, and tackle Britain’s biggest social problems.
Interview: David Willetts demands “Beaverbrookism” to bring intergenerational fairness in housing and pensions
Willetts has no objection to getting local councils to build more houses, and “hopes and believes” Osborne will find ways to alleviate the cuts in tax credits.
The first of three clips from this week’s Good Right panel.
We’re off! The new organisation for Brexit has a no-nonsense message, all-party support, lots of money – and should become the official Leave campaign.
Tim Montgomerie with Michael Gove, Sajid Javid , Iain Duncan Smith and Ruth Davidson.
The biggest family policy that the Conservatives can embrace, he said, is housebuilding.
Many young candidates face serious financial hardship trying to campaign fulltime in marginal constituencies.
Should Britain leave the EU? Come and hear Steve Baker at ConHome’s Conservative Conference fringe meeting
Plus: Our fringe programme for Manchester in full, including other major events on families policy with Priti Patel and how to respond to Corbyn with Liam Fox.
Progress has been made, but a narrow focus prevents the area flourishing as a popular Conservative principle.
I’m not embarrassed to say that when I saw that picture of the four year old boy who drowned and was washed up on a Turkish beach I shed a tear.
Plus: Let’s have three bands of income tax. Red sky at night, my Shepherds delight. And: see you in Finchley tomorrow for my Conservative Mayoral Candidate Hustings.
Plus: Thither goes Harry Cole – to the Sun. Here comes Tim Montgomerie – on a diet. And: Tracey Crouch, sports mastermind.
John Higginson: Compassionate conservatism can reach parts of the country that have traditionally rejected our party
In Labour-dominated Lewisham, a café proudly displays a photograph of David Cameron.