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Posts Tagged: Winston Churchill
Lewis Baston: The election that never happened – after the events of this month, a hundred years ago
What would the result have been of a 1914/15 poll – in a Britain that sometimes seemed to be on the verge of civil war?
The Speaker sounded like a petulant schoolmaster, but was right to try to restrain the Prime Minister.
Peter Batey: The life and times of Sir Edward Heath – whose former house has opened again to the public
Arundells, a beautiful early Georgian house nestling beneath the famous spire of Salisbury Cathedral, is open for guided tours.
Mark Francois MP: Raised on a council estate and reared on tales of Churchill. Why I am a Conservative.
I have always held in contempt champagne socialists who profess their love for working class people but would scarcely dream of inviting any to dinner.
On the first anniversary of her death, Thatcher’s biographer hails her as the most conservative and most radical Prime Minister we have ever had
Interview: Andrew Gimson meets James Delingpole, a conservative who thinks the British Establishment stinks
Macmillan: “a soft fascist”. Letwin: “The devil incarnate.” And how Steve Hilton loved staghunting. Breibart’s new UK Executive Editor speaks out.
The Tory tradition is wide, not exclusive, and should encompass those who have felt forced to join UKIP
Disraeli described the sense of betrayal which Graham Brady has this week expressed more temperately.
Abusing those of us who call for extending the transitional controls of Romanians and Bulgarians for another five years solves nothing. The EU needs to change.
The Defence Secretary denies he is stifling debate, and attacks “misdirected individuals”
There are some lessons in this for the modern day. Macmillan showed that the ruthless application of political will could achieve a surprising amount.
Interview: Boles – “There is no legal reason why the press should play along with the Royal Charter”
“The Liberal Democrats have shown they do not believe in press freedom. We Conservatives are the party of freedom.”
David Cooper is the secretary of something called Liberal Democrat ALTER (Action on Land Taxation and Economic Reform). No doubt,… Read more »
One of the great strengths of British conservatism is its fabulous cast of unlikely heroes and heroines. Examples include Margaret… Read more »