In response to Kuenssberg asking why anyone under 45 would vote Tory, Sunak lists a well-managed economy, reducing inflation and “stopping the boats”.
A new column appears each week condemning this government for its treatment of young people. This is a genuine solution to myriad policy problems.
Arrested by the KGB for bringing in leaflets supporting multilateral disarmament, I was “banned for life” from returning.
An 80-seat majority is a fabulous opportunity, but we need practical, effective and popular policies to deliver on our manifesto.
The discounted membership is now more widely available; a welcome step in raising recruitment, but only the beginning.
If we are to win a majority in Parliament at the next General Election it is critical that we win the women’s vote.
A meeting, called by the Conservatives grassroots, to debate a motion of no confidence in the Prime Minister, is instead likely to be a hustings to help choose her successor.
It would be easy to complain about unrealistic Labour promises, or hope people will naturally switch allegiance as they age, but neither approach is good enough.
Over thirty members of my own University of Warwick branch will be attending conference this year. Here’s how we did it.
I’ll be putting my name forward as our candidate for Mayor and will use my mandate to argue with Government to change the law to save the lives of young Londoners.
Labour’s politics of entitlement might appeal to some of my fellow college students, but there are plenty of us who want the chance to work hard and improve our lives.
Not too fun, obviously. But without the social side CCHQ will only attract the already committed to their activist training courses.