The wheels are already coming off the Tories’ new ‘sell off all the social housing worth selling’ manifesto pledge.
Underscoring the antipathy between the Tories and their former deputy chairman, Lord Ashcroft has taken to the pages of ConservativeHome — which he owns — to issue an extraordinary attack on David Cameron’s attempts to block a book he is writing.
“I have to speak out”.
Interviewed for ITN at a brewery earlier today, the name plastered across kegs of cider seemed somehow appropriate. With the background imagery for such a set piece a matter of negotiation between broadcasters and special advisers, this is more likely to have been a smug in joke than an accident. This is proof — as if […]
Released to support a new Michael Winterbottom and Russell Brand documentary on the banking industry.
If viewed as an expectation game, there can be no question that Miliband triumphed tonight. First up, the lobby: Miliband very weak on borrowing but he survived the character stuff and fought back with humour. He gets a clear win overall — Tim Shipman (@ShippersUnbound) March 26, 2015
Though clearly rattled, Cameron survived his encounter with Jeremy Paxman without a major gaffe.
Suffice it to say that David Cameron’s Q&A session at Age UK today didn’t go according to plan. Experience has proven that the best way to get the prime minister to call you ‘Sir’ is to heckle him.
Scrapbook has fixed the latest Tory poster … Ed Miliband in Alex Salmond's pocket would mean chaos for Britain. #VoteConservative http://t.co/i9tyT04JHr pic.twitter.com/zBCIYGenwp — Conservatives (@Conservatives) March 9, 2015
Image: Max Shanly David Cameron attempting to blame broadcasters for his own cowardice on TV debates was never a good idea. Lo and behold embarrassing clips have suddenly emerged from 2010 archives, when he was “absolutely delighted” by debates which were the “right” of voters: “I’m absolutely delighted that this is happening. “I think people have […]