Voters want reassurance, not recklessness.
The Sun on Sunday’s story this morning that senior Tories have opened talks with Boris Johnson about a campaigning role for the Mayor follows some advice offered by James Forsyth back in May.
What is the Tory party doing to win over the homeless tribe of Mondeo Man? Not a lot – it’s spooked by Ukip
Today’s Sunday Times revives reports that senior Conservatives are concerned that Alex Salmond will prevail in next year’s referendum and that David Cameron will be the last British Prime Minister.
If they don’t, what’s presumably their target audience is unlikely to listen to them.
The Eurosceptic MP for Witham (and ConservativeHome columnist) lands a fifth of the vote.
Declining membership does not mean Christianity in this country has lost its role.
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