Ashcroft's articles and research are always worth reading to get a sense of what smart Tories may/should be doing to you at the next election...
Compulsory reading for all e-campaigners
Interesting, and concerning: "There is, however, surprise that the Lib Dems are not pushing harder in areas where there is room for manoeuvre within the coalition agreement. One senior Tory said he was amazed at how little the Lib Dems fought their corner in meetings, thereby failing to offer sufficient counterweight to the right. He was disappointed by their caution."
"Clegg's agile positioning in the aftermath of the election is undermined almost fatally by his apparently enthusiastic support for the wildly risky spending cuts that define the Coalition." Discuss...
Some excellent advice.
Perceptive and accurate article (at least by my lights) by Richard Grayson on the coalition...
Excellent and thought-provoking article. "My conclusion, then, is that the advanced countries remain highly short of demand. In this environment, rapid cuts in fiscal support make sense if, and only if, monetary policy can be effective on its own and expanding the interest-elastic parts of the economy is the best way to climb out of the hole. There is reason to doubt both ideas."
Les Leopold asks a thought-provoking question. Which side are we on?
The next generation of Conservative MPs do not share David Cameron's enthusiasm for making climate change a priority for a Conservative government, according to a survey to be published tomorrow.
Brilliant demolition of Conservative plans for marriage tax breaks
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