ConservativeHome’s round-up of ten of our best articles from the preceding week.
Even with a political career played at such a high speed, the many-hatted former Cabinet minister has still found himself over-taken by his juniors.
There is not long to go until the next election and much to do, but there are real wins to be found in the legislative programme.
The Lib Dems gained seats from the Conservatives in Waverley and in Norfolk. Labour gained a seat from the Conservatives in Southampton.
The Energy Charter Treaty is another area where our parliament needs to reclaim the right to make its own laws without fear of costly legal action.
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Now a safe seat, in 2015 this was one of the most marginal constituencies in Britain – and in 2010 it returned a Conservative MP.
It isn’t perfect, but it now focuses on real harms to vulnerable people rather than dangerous attempts to police free speech amongst adults.
Britain’s religious communities, Christian and otherwise, have much in common as regards their care for family, community, and objective morality.
The Government already has an oven-ready blueprint for the reform of our fire and rescue service. Now is the time to implement it in full and without delay.
This a small change in practice, but, it is a difference which will change lives, reduce crime and help stop the merry-go-round in our prison estates.
The idea that the Tories must somehow liberalise its policy agenda more is utterly, totally farcical.
The Scottish Conservatives claim that £1.5 million of public money has been spent trying to build the SNP’s case for independence.