A review of “A Strange Romance” – Daisy Hay’s account of the marriage of Benjamin and Mary-Anne Disraeli.
Posts Tagged: William Gladstone MP
Lord Flight: In Scotland, the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberals should merge into a single Unionist Party
And at Westminster these parties should agree that none of them will do deals with the SNP in order to secure Commons majorities.
Lewis Baston: When nationalists helped to pitch out a minority Conservative government. The general election of 1892.
Think of today’s two main parties led in 2015 by Nicholas Soames and Denis Healey and you are part of the way there.
Those which turn out to matter usually involve more than the man who undertakes them. Does the latest one really fall into this category?
Daniel Hannan MEP: As Bashir signs up to the Conservatives, don’t knock defectors – whichever party they join or leave
The parties these great men abandoned behaved in the same idiotic way that ours did over Mark Reckless, or that UKIP is now doing over their departed MEP.
The Mayor’s book about Britain’s great Prime Minister has the valuable effect of making us look again at this titanic figure – Churchill, that is.
The Clacton MP may have a part to play in a long-term reconciliation between the Conservatives and the realist element of UKIP.
This one-time “British Robespierre”, who then dedicated himself to preserving the United Kingdom, died a century ago today.
After 25 years and 16 consecutive defeats a by-election victory for the Conservatives while in Government
The Conservative Party has flung every minister, MP, candidate, activist and aristocrat it can lay its hands on into this fight.