The Western World has consistently reduced its contribution to these schemes with people making increasingly dangerous journeys.
Plus: Well done, Chris Philp. An ankle bracelet for Ann Widdecombe? And: Go on, Lord Ashcroft. Publish that Cameron biography before the next election.
Entrepreneur wins out in the hotly contested selection race.
Some hotly tipped names fail to make the cut, as three women and one man reach the final round.
Find out who the runners and riders are to succeed Richard Ottaway.
The successful candidates have a range of experience, from the courtroom to the boardroom and the council chamber to the battlefield.
Chris Philp was the Conservative Candidate for Hampstead & Kilburn at the 2010 General Election, losing to Glenda Jackson by just 42 votes. Recent media reports have suggested that the Government is considering freezing or limiting benefits increases. This move is very welcome – and long overdue. This year, benefits went up across the board […]
Chris Philp was the Conservative Candidate in Hampstead & Kilburn at the last election (losing by just 42 votes) and is the Conservative “No” Coordinator for London. At the last election, I lost Hampstead & Kilburn to Glenda Jackson by the agonising margin of 42 votes. This was made all the more galling as Thrasher & Rallings […]
Chris Philp is an entrepreneur who floated his first business (a distribution company) on the stock market when he was 29. He was the Conservative candidate in Hampstead & Kilburn at the general election and came within 42 votes of winning. George Osborne’s Spending Review is an essential step towards putting the national finances back […]
Chris is a social entrepreneur and was elected as a Conservative Councillor in Camden this May, beating the sitting Labour Leader and tripling the Conservative vote in an inner city ward. Chris was Chairman of the Bow Group in 2004 and advised Andrew Lansley during the 2005 general election campaign. Everyone has seen the recent […]