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Posts Tagged ‘conservative’

State school is Cameron’s only option

The PM’s Etonian background was his big handicap when he ran for leader


Nobody likes quotas, but you have to admit they work

As politics shows, good intentions are all very well but progress is achingly slow


Not every pensioner needs a bus pass

These days, pensioners are no more likely to be poor than younger people


The perils of giving in to pester power

If ministers reward those who shout loudest, the cacophony will become unbearable


Cameron is far happier than his party

The Tory leader is not a great fan of his party, so he finds coalitions easy and conference tiresome


Miliband's threat to the Coalition

The new Labour leader won’t scare off middle England. It’s those voters he has in his sights.


Blair has much to teach his successors

His memoirs have many good lessons on how to succeed in both opposition and government.