We are hosting 39 events featuring over 150 speakers – including Oliver Dowden, Michael Gove, Grant Shapps, Gillian Keegan, Mark Harper, Michelle Donelan, Lucy Frazer, Andrew Mitchell, Tom Tugendhat, Lord Frost, Liam Fox, Paul Scully, Ben Houchen and Andy Street.
He may have less than a year, as Parliament returns and his Party’s conference looms, to persuade voters of his case – which he has scarcely even begun to make.
Downing Street and CCHQ will be perturbed by the continuing run of men being selected in the safer constituencies.
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Still less are civil servants paid to do so rather than getting on with the job – which taxpayers fund.
He describes the authoritarian and grossly under-reported way in which our future MPs, and ministers, are being chosen.
The Defence Secretary said “the real battle for defence” will come in the Comprehensive Spending Review in 2024-25, and “I’m not sure I’ll be here in two years”.
The site and the business are in robust good health – new leadership for the company is an opportunity for further innovation and growth.
We are proud to present our series of fringe events at next week’s Conservative conference in Birmingham.
The Business Secretary demonstrated to the Federation of Small Businesses that he will be their true friend and champion.
These results are in effect identical to a YouGov poll published earlier today. If both we and they are right, Sunak needs a massive game-changer to turn this contest round – and he’s running out of time.
Taken together, our survey and YouGov’s polling suggest that the Chancellor has narrowed the gap between him and his opponents among Party members. But he is running out of time in which to get ahead.
The summing-up remarks of the five Conservative leadership contenders from our online hustings last Friday.
It would also make a mockery of any hustings held later than early August, since many of those present will by then already have voted.
And so Cabinet members other than Oliver Dowden take the advice I offered them on June 5 – namely, to tell the Prime Minister he should resign before he is forced out.