The Centre for Policy Studies publishes a collection of essays from bright young thinkers on the centre-right, including Conservative MPs from the 2015 and 2017 intakes, on topics that matter to young people.Read More
David Willetts MP investigates the rhetoric of New Labour and finds that, while it may be conventional, it is certainly not wise.
We are at the moment going through another cycle of demands for electoral reform. No doubt this has been prompted in part by the nearness of a general election, the outcome of which might be a so-called ‘hung’ Parliament in which no single party would have an overall majority.
The world is begin swept by simultaneous democratic revolutions. A movement which began hesitantly in the 1980s has barnstormed its way into the 1990s.
When Chou En Lai was asked what was the significance of the French Revolution he replied it was too early to say. So it is certainly far too soon to determine the historic significance of the Thatcher revolution.
Earlier this month, Margaret Thatcher became the longest serving Prime Minister this century – and indeed well before the next election it will have become mathematically impossible for anyone else to take the record from her.
On 1 July Britain begins her third stint as President of the European Community’s Council of Ministers.