He is a liberal on the run, never stopping for long enough in one place to be pinned down, but soaring instead into the higher platitudes.
He says that road haulage interests are trying to revive the pre-Brexit economy – but that the Government will stand firm for higher wages.
There is a vocal minority of people who dominate discussions in the media, and seem determined to import the racially-charged culture we see in the US.
Williamson’s new policy is an important step – but Conservatives cannot legislate themselves out of the culture wars.
It has shown itself incapable of advocating for the one group specifically named in its title – women – and is too emblematic of identity politics.
Its “education” programmes lead an increasing number of gay and lesbian children to believe they are heterosexual, but trapped in the wrong body.
Gender diversity is not arbitrary identity politics; it matters for decision-making, particularly in the fight against the disease.
His message, that the Conservatives will win if the electoral battle is on identity politics and culture wars, is correct.
It is a reversion to the old tribal idea: this people good, that people bad. It challenges the notion that we are all individuals, responsible for our own behaviour.
The desire to protect your home is as universal as the desire to love, to work and to raise a family. Why should protecting your country be any different?
It would be wrong to try to create a system of conservative indoctrination because so-called progressives have indoctrinated children and students in other ways.
New polling shows that national identity is a strong, emotive force – but also that it remains poorly-defined.
It’s one thing to acknowledge the fact that all human beings are nuanced and flawed. It’s quite another to censor our past.