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Joe Porter: Let's create a Department for International Trade and Development

Whenever the Department for International Development is given public attention, it is usually for sending our hard-earned taxpayers’ money abroad to foreign dictators, instead of to those who genuinely need it – the poorest and most vulnerable in the world. Many people also rightly argue that charity should start at home because – whilst poverty has been massively reduced as a result of free market capitalism – we still have some who need desperately need our help in our own country. Another thing highlighted is the ridiculous £45 million spent on the department staff’s bonuses over a five-year period.  Continue reading

Peter Cuthbertson: We mustn't leave anti-war arguments to the left

Post-Chilcot, the anti-war left is as self-confident as ever. It's not only the Chilcot Report itself. They also feel vindicated by horrific events across the Middle East. Continue reading

The Week That Was

Dinner with Syed Kamall MEP Conservative Way Forward had a fantastic evening with Syed Kamall MEP last Friday. This gave our supporters the chance to meet the leader of the Conservatives in Europe and MEP for London at a particularly exciting time for the future of our relationship with the EU: a discussion on 'how to best Brexit' was top of the menu. Continue reading

Beth Prescott: It’s Time We Talked About Grammar Schools

The current conversation about Grammar schools is long overdue. Our new Prime Minister and Education Secretary are right to engage in it. Continue reading

Chris Rowell: Will the Northern Powerhouse survive?

With the changes in British politics this summer, some doubt was cast about the future of George Osborne’s flagship Northern Powerhouse policy. As things have started to calm down, at least on the Conservative side of the House, it looks like Mrs May is every bit as serious about it as her predecessor was. Continue reading

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