The latest social action project undertaken by the Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists.
We continue our post-match inspection of our battleground profiles with the Liberal Democrat graveyard of the South West.
It was perfectly possible to foresee where undecided voters were likely to go when at last they got round to making up their minds.
She knows how to “swim her own race” – and, at a local level, is part of the anti-politics movement.
Of course our efforts at Rochester weren’t helped by the glitches in the new CCHQ computer “Darth Vader”.
UKIP is rich on anger – short on anything to actually change the sources of that anger.
Holding one would cool the temperature and lessen the chance of an Alistair McAlpine incident – in other words, false accusations.
Plus: Home of the World Cup. Home of the World Cup. Home of the World Cup. Home of the World Cup. Home of the World Cup. Home of the – Aaarrrggghhh!
Priti Patel and Penny Mordaunt are both tipped to join the Government.
ConservativeHome’s Mark Wallace, Charlotte Leslie MP and BrightBlue’s Ryan Shorthouse discuss the current Tory mood.
(Could there be a connection with his EU referendum bill?)
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