The row over Short Money is only the latest dispute in an uneasy marriage.
That’s the suggestion of a YouGov poll carried out by The Taxpayers’ Alliance and Global Vision and released to tomorrow’s Sunday Telegraph. The Sun Tel’s Patrick Hennessy warns that that number will only harden if Ken Clarke returns to the Conservative frontbench in the much anticipated reshuffle. Overall voting intentions for next June’s elections are […]
The biggest electoral hurdle for the Conservatives and the General Election are next June’s European Elections. A strong showing by the Kilroy-Silk-powered UKIP at the 2004 Elections somewhat derailed Michael Howard. UKIP are a shadow of their former self but the Tories worry about a strong BNP performance. The BNP won a seat on the […]
We had missed UKIP’s makeover until ‘Libertarian’ pointed it out…
Team Cameron’s media management of the ‘EPP deal’ was very impressive – as ConservativeHome noted at the time. MPs David Heathcoat Amory and Philip Davies made their anger clear but the Cornerstone Group and other Eurosceptics were notably quiet. Roger Helmer MEP pulls no punches today, however, in an article for the latest edition of […]