The Conservative Party

Why London bucked the national trend towards the Tories

The Prime Minister can handle the pressure of a crisis. But he has found it more difficult to set out a Conservative vision for Britain

David Cameron must calm backbenchers and win back the core voters he has recklessly offended, before reaching out to the centre ground

Cameron will only break Labour’s monopoly of morality by finding the words and tools to redefine Bush’s compassionate conservatism

Two of the Conservative Party’s most influential thinkers, Nick Boles MP and Daniel Hannan MEP, discuss their contrasting visions with the Editor of Standpoint, Daniel Johnson