And: For May, there should be no way back from losing. My Tory leadership straw poll. Cox, a man of substance and integrity. Plus, Tower of Power extra: Dick for Iain.
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Cameron and Osborne spent £9 million promoting Remain in 2016. Now May appears to be pursuing the same tactic.
Insisting that our needs are met by the government reduces neigbours to numbers and diminishes our scope for good citizenship.
The campaign against him is driven by the knowledge that May agrees with his views on design – and fear that the Government will act on them.
George Trefgarne: Why Norway-to-Canada is practical and legal – and offers the UK and EU a way out of a Brexit crash
A response to Jean-Claude Piris and others who argue that the idea simply won’t fly.
It’s a long game – and the key is to create a loyal voter base, not throw money at targeted advertising during elections.
Drawing on decades of experience and friendships from all parties, Sir David – inventor of the swingometer – founded the UK’s psephological profession.
Rebecca Lowe: Nationalisation. Ask not only: would the state do it better? But also – should it be involved at all?
It was darkly funny to see Labour MPs claiming that nationalisation could fix signals failures when track infrastructure is owned and controlled by the state.
It was May’s best conference speech as Conservative leader. But her One Nation pitch could be too late to save her.
Lord Ashcroft: The Tory MPs who say “they have sent in letters they haven’t”. Or “withdrawn letters they never sent”.
Brady reports no confidence moves against May that might not be no confidence moves at all.
P.S: Re my health. At 72, everything works as it should, with one exception – but help is at hand from modern medicine…
How the far left uses a feedback loop to shut down people in the short term – and ideas in the long.
The persistent myth that it is uniquely difficult to be publicly left-wing is challenged by new data.
Plus: Why call McCain a maverick?; the Labour MPs who deserve an award for courage; and who is the right’s Artist Taxi Driver?
Robert Halfon: There’s a sense in the air that party splits are coming. But here’s a surprise – they won’t be over Europe
Plus: ditching Corbyn – it’s not that easy for Britain’s Jews. And: thanks to Tracey Crouch and Danny Kruger, the Big Society is back.