Next week will see the launch of an online vote on their design. Four options will be given to members to vote on.
CCHQ has no constitutional power to impose a particular replacement candidate on the association if he loses the vote.
A collection of responses to today’s statement from the Centre for Policy Studies, the Adam Smith Institute, and others.
“Our choice is not big government, high spending and high tax because we know that leads to less growth, not more. Instead we reduce debt, cut taxes and reward work.”
A rolling list of those Tory MPs choosing not to contest their seats again.
Phillips, Khan, Qureshi and Barker quit the frontbench. Hopkins, Owen, Shah, and Slaughter were sacked after the vote. Foy and Carden have also left the frontbench.
“Last December, the number entering the UK illegally in small boats had more than quadrupled in just two years. Since then, this year they’re down by a third.”
The former Home Secretary accuses the Prime Minister of having “no appetite for doing what is necessary” to stop the boats.
The 32 Secretaries of State and Ministers attending Rishi Sunak’s new Cabinet.
Local members said Dewhirst’s great virtue was that he was a local, standing in his own constituency. They were “unwilling to take a punt” on an outsider.
“My Ministers will address inflation and the drivers of low growth over demands for greater spending or borrowing. My Ministers will put the security of communities and the nation ahead of the rights of those who endanger it.”
All of the pieces of legislation announced by His Majesty today, including the Renters (Reform) and Victims and Prisoners Bills.
Despite several women – including Aphra Brandreth – recently being selected, on current polling, the spectre of a shrinking female presence on the Conservative benches still looms.
The pair will ease CCHQ’s concerns about a lack of female candidates in recent selections.