At a time of great change in the region, I’m very proud of the work we have done to connect our Party with the critical issues and people there.
This is just one way in which the law needs updating to catch up with new, harmful activities.
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter This site reported yesterday that 17 Conservative MP had written to the Daily Telegraph on behalf of Conservative Friends of Israel, urging the Government to maintain its position of not dealing with Hamas. The Conservative Middle East Council has also released a statement from Nicholas Soames, CMEC's President, and […]
There were some noteworthy questions in the House of Lords yesterday. If Lord Tebbit gets the memos from modernisers at Conservative Campaign Headquarters, I’m not sure he reads them: "Lord Tebbit: My Lords, will the noble Baroness say whether her legislation and her policies will do anything to rectify the gross imbalance of the sexes […]
The Conservative front bench in the House of Lords has been slightly reshuffled. The recently enobled Lord Bates of Langbaurgh (right) becomes Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office, and also a Whip. As Michael Bates, he was MP for Langbaurgh between 1992 and 1997. The constituency has been abolished, and is essentially now Middlesbrough South […]
Baroness Morris of Bolton is a Shadow Minister for Children, Schools & Families, as well as covering women’s issues and being a Whip in the House of Lords. A former Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Party with responsibility for candidates, she stood out at Conservative Central Office as highly capable. Yesterday she spoke about children. The […]