Plus: I hate Frankfurt. Love for Javid. Morgan’s popularity rises. And: No-one wants to see Danny Alexander’s ginger nuts swinging their way down Whitehall.
Cllr Sir Merrick Cockell, Kathy Gyngell, Andrew Lilico, Christopher Pincher MP, Simon Richards and others respond to Osborne’s statement.
Cllr Sir Merrick Cockell, Ruth Lea, Andrew Lilico, Christopher Pincher MP, Simon Richards and others make their recommendations.
If the Deputy Prime Minister really wants a debate on Europe, let the Foreign Secretary give him one. Furthermore, both men could clear up a few mysteries…
On a range of key issues, Conservative policies are individually popular; yet, taken together, these relentlessly hardline stances give off a whiff of uncaring harshness.
That’s right: a majority of currently declared Conservative voters who would consider voting Lib Dem are broadly pro-EU.
Cameron could immediately make an offer to the Lib Dems to join him once again in what would “this time, be a liberal Conservative government, a One Nation Coalition”.
Stephen Tall is the Co-Editor of LibDem Voice The Coalition was never supposed to last this long. Not according to the British public, that is. Three years ago, YouGov asked voters how long they thought the Lib/Con alliance could survive. Almost half (47 per cent) reckoned the two parties would by now have gone their […]
Stephen Tall is Co-Editor, Liberal Democrat Voice. Follow Stephen on Twitter. "What would I do if I were in your shoes?" That was the question I suggested to ConservativeHome’s Tim Montgomerie we might each answer on behalf of our respective parties – he on LibDemVoice – and me here: the idea being to champion the […]