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Reader’s Comment of the Day: Farage is right to keep us out of his...

In response to Laura Perrins: We poor plebs must bow down. The Leaders’ Wives are in town, Bernard from Bucks wrote: Once again Laura, you may not agree with me, but this is another case...

Rev Julian Mann: How would Jesus vote? The Bible gives some clues

(Julian indulges in a gentle political fantasy. He imagines what he would say if he were invited by a local comprehensive school to talk to teenagers about the Christian perspective on the general election.) I...

Kathy Gyngell:  Cameron can’t win in a contest defined by Labour’s Big State fantasy politics

My least favourite interviewer was at it again yesterday morning on the BBC’s Today programme.  Mishal Husain was castigating again the much beleaguered Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt. Conservative Party HQ  seems to be fielding him on...

Nick Wood’s Campaign Commentary: If nothing changes soon, Dave will have to gamble over...

Like the high pressure area sitting over southern England this week, the political weather is strangely becalmed. Labour is two points ahead of the Conservatives in the poll of polls, comfortably enough to emerge...

TCW Week in Review

Six of the Best: Paul T Horgan: Want to slay Salmond’s tartan dragon? Want to preserve the UK? Vote Conservative TCW Manifesto: Back marriage, restore grammar schools and quit the EU Nick Wood’s Campaign Commentary: Putin is...

TCW Manifesto response: Give me some more of that real politics

The Conservative Woman’s Real Conservative Manifesto has provoked a terrific and pleasing response.  Comments on it reflect both a frustration and a deep despair at the LibLabCon consensus ‘choices’ we are presented with.  They confirm just how out...
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Reader’s Comment of the Day: The EU will bypass national governments to fuel its...

In response to Kevin Lee: Vote Miliband and get EU President Blair, SonofBoudica wrote: For the EU to really become one political entity, it must first destroy its component nation states. It has followed an...

Ted Bromund: From Butskell to Camerband – Britain’s unstable consensus

This article was originally published in The Weekly Standard, to read the full piece please click here. "The problem with politics today”, Gisela Stuart complained over coffee in the House of Commons cafeteria, “is that...

Nick Wood’s Campaign Commentary: Putin is not a Tory

It is just like the good old days. The days when there were votes in defence. The days when Labour’s muddled commitment to unilateral nuclear disarmament was an easy vote-winner for Margaret Thatcher's Conservatives...

Laura Perrins: We poor plebs must bow down. The Leaders’ Wives are in town

The Wives, oh the wives, where would be without the wives? The Leaders' Wives, have managed, just about managed, to find some space in their ever so full diaries to get out there and...