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Don’t Rig The System In Favour Of Coalitions
Unfair constituency boundaries, inaccurate voting registers and non-enforcement of electoral law are a threat to our democracy
How Seminal Was Burke?
In his biography of the statesman, Jesse Norman presents Burke as of seminal importance to today’s conservatism, and to Cameron’s government. He isn’t.
Alex Salmond is pinning his success on the high-risk gamble that the EU will accept an independent Scotland as a full member. It won't
Lessons from Leveson
‘Why should the press agree to fund and support a regulator that would stop it making money, as the Leveson inquiry proposed?’
Nick Clegg Captures the Mandarins’ Castle
Party-funding and constitutional reform reveal the Whitehall machine playing into the hands—and coffers—of the Lib Dems
What We Didn’t Know About Boris and Ken
Millions think next year’s London mayoral election is between an amiable Bertie Wooster and a Cockney cheeky chappie. Don’t you believe it
The GOD Squad’s Whitehall Coup
A constitutional revolution is under way, driven by an unelected cabal led by the Cabinet Secretary, Sir Gus O’Donnell
Europe, America and the Coalition
Two of the Conservative Party’s most influential thinkers, Nick Boles MP and Daniel Hannan MEP, discuss their contrasting visions with the Editor of
, Daniel Johnson
Nick Boles and Daniel Hannan
Labour’s Tory Boy
by Tony Blair
Why the World Needs a Younger Winston
Seventy years after the Battle of Britain, we again face the threat of a new Dark Age. Can our leaders emulate Churchill’s finest hour?
War on Terror
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above