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Conservatives Tag Archive

The cabinet reshuffle: looking on the bright side

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Sesha Subramanian considers the benefit of a cabinet reshuffle that was widely seen as a consolidation of Number 10 power...

Cabinet reshuffle helps Johnson dodge scrutiny

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Lilla Marshall mulls over Boris Johnson's Cabinet reshuffle...

Is Dominic Cummings’s influence out of hand?

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Faye Navesey on Dominic Cummings' hiring of the ideologically extreme Andrew Sabisky ...

De-radicalisation, rehabilitation, and reform

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Lorcan Flahive discusses the lessons to be learnt on prison from the recent terror attack in Streatham, London...

3 key reasons why Jeremy Corbyn suffered a historic defeat

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On 12 December this year, Jeremy Corbyn suffered a humiliating defeat in the general election with the Labour Party losing 59 seats in Parliament: the worst Labour result since...

Why the Conservative immigration policy is not workable

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Hot on the heels of “strong and stable”, the Tories have described the new immigration system proposed in their manifesto as “firmer and fairer”. This is at least half...

Why the Conservative immigration policy may be workable

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Is an ‘Australian style’ points-based immigration system a workable policy?  Possibly. It depends on the exact nature of the legislation. For much of the public, the...

Is there enough regulation of political parties’ social media?

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Faye Navesey on the Conservatives' decision to pose as an objective fact checker on Twitter...

Why you should vote for… the Conservatives

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Stephen Dawes argues that the Tories are the party most deserving of your vote in the approaching general election. ...

Could Jacob Rees-Mogg’s comment topple his career?

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It’s important to be noted that Jacob Rees Mogg’s comment mocking the terrified victims of the Grenfell fire was not a slip of the tongue or clumsy language, it was a clear...