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The Guardian: Not Only Wrong About Thatcherism in Britain, But Also in Spain

Even in a week of great political upheaval, politics can be dully predictable. I spent the first part of the week in Madrid for the unveiling of the Margaret Thatcher Plaza, which a vast array of media outlets excitedly reported was the first such honour to bestowed upon the Iron Lady anywhere in the world Sep 18, 2014 11:47 PM PT

The Conservatives Have Become Statist Supporters of High Taxation

One of the biggest consistent drivers for people to vote Conservative is that it has always been the anti-taxation party, believing by core ideology that tax is a vexatious barrier to prosperity, or at best a necessary evil that should be cut with every year the Tories remain in power. May 15, 2014 7:13 AM PT

11 Steps the Conservative Party Can Take to Revive its Grassroots

Earlier this week the Bow Group's Chairman Benjamin Harris-Quinney argued that the Conservative Party should not go down the road of state-funding for political parties, but instead should take urgent measures to reconnect with its electoral base and grassroots members May 10, 2014 5:50 AM PT

British Conservative Party Dazed and Confused by UKIP

The Conservative Party sits dazed, confused and undecided, at a crossroads. Despite pulling the decimated British economy from the ashes, the Party is on course to come third in the European Elections this month.In the last ten years it has surrended both the leadership of the British conservative movement and the popular vote. May 7, 2014 9:28 AM PT

The Collapse of The Political Classes

In 2008, journalist Peter Oborne wrote a must-read modern political work entitled 'The Triumph of the Political Class', identifying and bemoaning the replacement of the British Establishment with a new, self-serving, cross-party, incestuous political class in Westminster Apr 12, 2014 9:29 AM PT

The Greatest Tribute We Can Pay to Margaret Thatcher is to Let Her Speak for Herself

I first met Margaret Thatcher as a child at a constituency event she held in Finchley to thank her local activists for 40 years of service that had delivered her to the highest office in the land. My Grandmother was one of the first people to campaign for Margaret Thatcher to be selected as the prospective parliamentary candidate for Finchley in 1958, she didn't stop campaigning for her for the 40 years that followed. Apr 9, 2014 1:49 AM PT

March of The Modernisers: Is it Time to Draft David Davis again?

Amidst the soap opera of Boris vs George vs Theresa and Gove, it would appear that a fervent debate is taking place in the Conservative Party as to the future of its leadership, in the event of the party not winning a majority in 2015 Mar 25, 2014 5:59 AM PT

The Right Not to Serve: Free Market Economics 101

As a consumer, I choose what I buy, and where I buy it from. To get to the point of citizen emancipation where I am in a position to do so has cost millions of lives and exhausted what once seemed like an endless, un-winnable debate. We got here nonetheless, because people want the freedom to choose more than almost anything else. Mar 6, 2014 2:12 AM PT

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