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    - Margaret Thatcher

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    - Winston Churchill

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    - Theresa May

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Alexandra Paterson : SNP’s Rank Hypocrisy on Motion Most Do Not Understand

Tomorrow the House of Commons was supposed to vote on the important issue to change the law on fox hunting in England and Wales. Since the SNP have said that they will vote in line with Labour against the amendment to the law, despite the proposals being in the same as Scottish Law, the importance of having only English MPs voting on English matters is even more pronounced. Continue reading

Luke Springthorpe: A look at Conservative Future's role in the Tory Victory

  With the election campaign now becoming something of a distant memory, I wanted to take a moment to have an objective assessment of the role that Conservative Future played in the election. Continue reading

Dr Spencer Pitfield: Turning the Electoral Tide in our Great Northern Cities

The day after our General Election triumph, while like other activists across the country exhausted and completely sleep-deprived, I was once invited to join BBC Radio Sheffield as a spokesman for the Party.  The interviewer Toby Foster went through the normal pleasantries given that the blues had won nationally, before asking “well Spencer, can the Conservatives ever win in Sheffield or South Yorkshire again?” I said we could of course win again Parliamentary representation - not only here in South Yorkshire - but in many other difficult City regions in the North for the Party. Continue reading

Chrissie Boyle: Labour leadership candidates score F in Maths

  Criticism following yesterday’s ground-breaking Budget had to happen.  There must be times when it’s fun to be in Opposition.  Budgets are usually met with barracking from the backbenches, catcalling and order papers waved aloft in indignation. In really bad times, actual open guffawing (sorry Gordon).   Continue reading

Cllr Alexander Stafford: How the GLA Elections could shape 2020

With all the excitement of the General Election, one tranche of elections seems to have been neglected.  Since the General Election a slew of mayoral candidates have declared their intention to run, but it is the GLA elections, that are yet to fire up people’s imaginations.  Continue reading


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