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It’s the economy, stupid! Dealing with the UKIP threat.

It’s the economy, stupid! Dealing with the UKIP threat.

Backbencher March 4, 2013 3

  Allrik Birch,   As some of you might be aware, I recently defected from UKIP to the Conservatives. UKIP is not a libertarian party. Nor is it a party with a sound economic

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Has Cameron Slain The UKIP Monster?

Has Cameron Slain The UKIP Monster?

Lee Jenkins January 28, 2013 3

The UKIP Boogeyman is keeping Tories in marginal seats up at night. Has Cameron’s Europe Speech done enough to kill the beast? DAVID Cameron has finally pledged to hold an In/Out referendum on Britain’s

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Cameron’s EU Speech throws meat to the dissenters

Christopher Gage January 23, 2013 0

PRIME Minister David Cameron has today said the British people will “have their say” on Europe as he pledged an in/out referendum if the Conservatives manage to win the next general election. The much-awaited

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Ambitious, Bright and on the Right: Movers and shakers of 2013

Ambitious, Bright and on the Right: Movers and shakers of 2013

Christopher Gage January 7, 2013 11

There is not a week passing by that doesn’t remind us of the dire situation the British centre-right finds itself in. A Conservative party unsure of its sex-change commitment, and a  Chancellor more concerned

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PMQS Review – 19/12/2012 – Cameron’s ‘Bleak House’

PMQS Review – 19/12/2012 – Cameron’s ‘Bleak House’

Backbencher December 19, 2012 3

Victoria Monro   Merry Christmas to Ed Miliband who, for the second week on the trot, nailed David Cameron in Prime Minister’s Questions. After wasting questions on Afghanistan which could have been more effectively

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PMQs Review – 12/12/12 – Armageddon Special

PMQs Review – 12/12/12 – Armageddon Special

Backbencher December 12, 2012 2

Victoria Monro   It is a truth universally acknowledged, that Edward Samuel Miliband, Labour Leader of the Opposition, won Prime Minister’s Questions this week. That may be overstating the case somewhat – some die-hard

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PMQs Round-Up – 05/12/2012

PMQs Round-Up – 05/12/2012

Backbencher December 5, 2012 3

Victoria Monro   Nobody won today’s PMQs – that’s my verdict. Not because it was so close, so difficult to judge, so exceptionally high quality; instead, it’s because I can’t tell who was the

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Banging on about Europe:  Tory tribalism and the noisy neighbours threaten to derail the 2015 train.

Banging on about Europe: Tory tribalism and the noisy neighbours threaten to derail the 2015 train.

Christopher Gage November 21, 2012 3

As the giant clock at CCHQ will tell you: there are 896 days until the next general election. That’s eight hundred and ninety six days until Ed Miliband becomes Prime Minister Ed Miliband. Not

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UKIP Still Matters, But Please Keep On Believing We Don’t

UKIP Still Matters, But Please Keep On Believing We Don’t

Olly Neville November 20, 2012 6

Alan Wager has produced a piece which he claims show Four Reasons Why Ukip Still Don’t Matter. In actual fact is just a rehash of several old arguments spread against UKIP Firstly he attacks

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Hurting not Working? Job figures and growth forecasts paint a two-sided picture

Hurting not Working? Job figures and growth forecasts paint a two-sided picture

Christopher Gage November 14, 2012 2

This week’s parliamentary recess means that Prime Minister’s Questions is rescheduled for seven days time. Following on from a Nick Clegg mauling of Harriet Harman, this week would have made similarly combative viewing. Given

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