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In assuming the public simply likes Boris because they find him ‘funny’, critics misunderstand his appeal.
Leftwing antisemitism is anything but a new phenomenon, says Daniel Hannan. The same could be said of Hannan’s own side of the political divide.
Using a statistical sleight of hand, the government is trying to disguise the full horror of what’s happening to public sector pay.
Certain races ‘unsuited for life in a modern society’ – the shocking truth about new Tory Euro allies
An opinion poll of True Finn voters revealed that 51 per cent agreed with the statement: “People of certain races are unsuited for life in a modern society”.
Conservatives of all stripes increasingly can’t be trusted on what is potentially the biggest geo-political issue of our time, writes James Bloodworth.
The chancellor’s record on tax avoidance suggests this is yet another PR exercise, writes James Bloodworth.
The interests of the Tory party are very often diametrically opposed to those of most workers. However it would be a mistake to be complacent.