“There is no reason to believe that carrots without sticks would deliver the homes that Britain needs – however many shiny new facilities, street votes, and a new money local voters are offered.”
“With a referendum taken decisively off the table, there is now space to really take the fight to the SNP on their domestic record.”
“The Prime Minister’s speech from earlier this year provided an insight into his political and economic vision. How closely has Hunt stuck to it?”
“Conservatives should be careful not to assume that all Hindus are Thatcherites in waiting. Some regard standing up to Modi, and keeping his anti-Muslim politics out of Britain, as more important.”
“Despite the rhetoric, it looks as if ministers have given up on bringing numbers down in favour of anything to give the economy a nudge.”
“On Wednesday 15th November 1922, the British electorate went to the polls and changed the course of political history.”
Danny Kruger MP
“We need to make sure farmers, developers, and water companies are all doing their bit to crack down on pollution and stop overstretching our infrastructure.”
“More than 7,600 Christians in Nigeria have been killed in acts of terrorism and other violence within just 18 months amid growing concern about the country’s security situation.”
Esther McVey MP
“If we are to grow as a nation and pay for public services we need to encourage entrepreneurs and support businesses – not make life harder for them and kick them in the teeth.”
“A lower tax burden will be impossible without less supply of government. And for there to be less supply, there must first be less demand.”
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