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‘Our base it too narrow and so, occasionally, are our sympathies,’ the first female Chairman of the Conservative Party told the 2002 conference. ‘You know what some people call us – the nasty party.’ This woman, of course, went on to…

It would be foolish to say that the line “there’s no such thing as class” – spoken by a Tory who had more than my family ever has – is what pushed me towards socialism. It did, however, confirm that…

Nigel Farage is becoming awfully tiresome. Having won the referendum and realised his dream of a Britain outside of the European Union, he has spent the months following June 2016 in a state of perpetual anger. Despite resigning last July…

In 1980 the Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, stood before the Conservative Party Conference. ‘To those waiting with bated breath for that favourite media catch phrase, the “U” turn’, she said, ‘I have only thing to say. You turn if you want…