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    - Margaret Thatcher

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Edward Webster: Primary schools are ill-equipped for grammar school preparation

If grammar schools are the actual bogeyman, as the left repeatedly insist, then the hated 11-plus entry exam is the gloopiest, most unpopular bogey up the bogeyman’s nose. Just the mention of it can be enough to leave a Corbynista writhing in apoplexy. Continue reading

Joe Porter: Let’s all now embrace Brexit and become an even greater global leader

The last few weeks have demonstrated that Britain continues to be a highly influential and powerful player on the world stage, despite Brexit. Theresa May represented us at her first UN Summit as Prime Minister, alongside Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and International Development Secretary Priti Patel. Continue reading

What CWF got up to at Party Conference 2016!

This year marked CWF's biggest year ever at Conference with more events than ever before.  Here's a look back at what we got up to... Continue reading

James Cleverly MP: Grassroots activism helped deliver Brexit - the hard work for 2020 must start now

The Conservative Party Conference is just a few days away, and I want to make sure that we start in style with a huge team of campaigners on the ground. Continue reading

Liam Taylor: Does our generation still care about democracy?

Do we still care about democracy? I mean, as a nation thankfully we still do. The referendum proved that. But the reaction to the result has exposed a significant portion of the population that apparently no longer does. More worryingly still, much of the hostility seems to be coming from the younger, ostensibly more liberal, generation. My generation. It’s more than a spasm of grief following a highly emotional vote. It’s part of a consistent pattern of behaviour over recent years.  Continue reading

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