A defeat to the wrong brother would surely force the mother of all rethinks.
Posts Tagged: Tim Montgomerie
It’s a modern form of One Nation Conservatism. Harold Macmillan would have liked it.
Tim Montgomerie and Stephan Shakespeare’s new project is a radical, inventive and long-termist injection into Conservative thinking.
It’s not only lower than it used to be, but it’s declined faster than turnout among other age groups. Which prompts a question: whose politics is this?
The LibDems have long squeezed votes from the two bigger parties. Labour has squeezed LibDem ones in the polls. Will the Conservatives now gain too?
Ed West: Tim Montgomerie has ten reasons for not voting for UKIP. Here are ten of mine for doing so.
Why I disagree with the case set out on this site by its former Editor a week ago.
The text of my speech from yesterday evening’s debate on the future of the centre-right with Matthew Parris.
The next Parliament could see the failing brakes on political realignment – i.e. first past the post, incomplete devolution and the institutional grip of the big two parties – give way altogether
The think-tank reaches its tenth anniversary this year. As its recent awards ceremony showed, it does thing differently – and with great success.
The first report from our selection of fringe events at Conservative Party Conference.
Plus: CCHQ V Montgomerie. On the Road. The SNP push. Go for the Groat. Why don’t I feel more Scottish? And: I blame Shirley Williams.
We have a deficit of over £100 billion. We have record household debt. We need an Affordability Commission.
Such an exercise would feed the fiction that economic choices can be removed from political debate.
He would find it hard to sell a second Lib/Con coalition to his party…or to serve in a Lib/Lab coalition as Deputy Prime Minister.
A mixed economy, an internationalist country, live and let live – the ideals I’d like to see it stand for.