We remain steadfast in our resolve to put the welfare of every resident first and foremost.
The second in our series of pieces on how the 2017 generation of winners from Labour increased their majorities.
That doesn’t mean they are all suddenly hardcore Tories. For many we were the least-worst option. But we have an opportunity to win their trust.
Johnson is a self-described “Brexity Hezza” and now has the chance to mould a Party and country in his own romantic image.
Our survey of the electoral battlefield kicks off with the East Midlands, where Labour and the Tories go head-to-head with minimal interference from smaller parties.
Labour had some startling setbacks – it was usually the independents who benefitted. Elsewhere we saw Conservative losses to the Lib Dems.
With Lynton Crosby, Andrew Feldman, Ben Houchen and Amber Rudd – on June 18, livestreamed on this site.
There appears to be a correlation between Conservative success and a stance that shows you support the democratic wishes of the people.
Our approach, and our message, won the backing of communities which have previously only ever voted Labour. It can work elsewhere, too.
Will they now seek to appease turbulent voters by rushing her-deal-plus-the-Customs-Union through the Commons?
Her bid to woo Labour Commons votes for a Brexit deal is part of a wider gambit.
These two MPs have not found, at the first attempt, the sort of language that will appeal to the unconverted. But nor did David Cameron.
For my colleagues who’ve smashed through the Red Wall – pick those bricks up and build anew.