I have always held in contempt champagne socialists who profess their love for working class people but would scarcely dream of inviting any to dinner.
How the work of the local MP, the town’s civic & business leaders, local councillors and the Mayor of Leicester have helped to safeguard jobs.
Westminster village types seemed genuinely surprised that an anti-war message can come from a rightwing politician
Or that Enoch Powell was a One Nation Tory? Sir Peter Tapsell reminds us how much we’ve changed.
Marxist regimes have a long history of turning to non-governmental forces to do their dirty work
Once you start bickering about who committed the fewest atrocities overall, then, unless your number is zero, you’ve already lost the argument
We celebrate Robert Halfon’s proposed change of the Party’s name with a day of tunes you will be required to warble at the autumn’s Party Conference.
The mistake of the right has been implicitly to accept that protecting our environment is in opposition to achieving a prosperous and free society.
It is tempting to suggest that Burke and Paine shaped the character as well as the credo of their respective traditions
In times of crisis, people yearn for clear and simple solutions – and there’s a certain kind of shallow, cynical politician all too willing to indulge the public mood.
Boris does it. So does Cameron. So did Lord Tebbit’s father. Bicycles are Tory – a symbol of industry and self-reliance.
The move would help people on low incomes and show them that we’re on their side.
Future generations could hold us responsible for wrecking the planet.