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It’s clear Labour want to turn communities AGAINST one another

It’s clear Labour want to turn communities AGAINST one another

On the eve of poll, Parliament Street’s Charlotte Kude argues it’s clear that Labour’s strategy is to turn communities against one another for their own electoral benefit  We’ve already seen Labour organise public meetings where men and women are segregated, while at the same time claiming to be feminists. We’ve seen them criticise zero hour contracts while their own MPs employ staff […]

by and · 6th May 2015 · Tory Thought
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BRIEFING NOTE: General Election 2015 Polling

With just one day to go before the British public cast their vote at the ballot box, the ground war is hotting up. James Downes examines the current state of the polls in looking at both vote and seat shares, before outlining the importance of campaigning for the Conservative Party on the final day of the election. The State of the […]

by and · 6th May 2015 · Research
Should environmental ‘charities’ be allowed to meddle in elections?

Should environmental ‘charities’ be allowed to meddle in elections?

Parliament’ Street’s Aisha Vance argues that it is time for so called environmental ‘charities’ to come clean about their true agenda. Last week an organisation called: ‘Talk Fracking’ launched an anti-fracking, anti-conservative campaign. Their rhetoric on hydraulic fracturing is based on no logic or facts. One of their main points is children are being born deformed, although they have no evidence to […]

by and · 1st May 2015 · Tory Thought
The 2015 British General Election: Core Battlegrounds

The 2015 British General Election: Core Battlegrounds

  This report investigates the defining battlegrounds that are likely to play an influential role amongst voters in this General Election. The analysis draws on current public opinion data from TNS opinion, YouGov, alongside ICM in investigating the issue salience of immigration, economic perceptions and leadership competence evaluations amongst voters. These are likely to be the core issues that dominate […]

by and · 29th April 2015 · Research
The Spirit of Enterprise and The Conservative Vision

The Spirit of Enterprise and The Conservative Vision

Clare Ambrosino discusses why the one hundred entrepreneurs who petitioned Ed Milliband are right to fear a Labour Government. In the run up to this most particular of elections, in the scrabble for votes, it is easy to get waylaid by the love life of the “happy warrior” or debates on kitchens. This may all be very interesting from a human point of […]

by and · 14th April 2015 · Tory Thought
Walsall North: It’s time for an energetic, engaged and accessible MP

Walsall North: It’s time for an energetic, engaged and accessible MP

In this edition of ‘Views From The Ground’, Parliament Street hears from Douglas Hansen- Luke. Douglas is the Conservative Candidate for Walsall North in the West Midlands. I’ve been following Douglas and his campaign closely on Facebook and have been incredibly impressed with his ability to use social media as a means to campaign. Now on my morning commute, I feel […]

by and · 10th April 2015 · Blog
The Conservatives Need A Plan For Governing In Good Economic Times

The Conservatives Need A Plan For Governing In Good Economic Times

In this blog piece George Mitkov offers his verdict on ‘The Good Right’ and on the challenges facing the Conservative Party, if it is to govern successfully in times of economic prosperity.  The Conservative Party is in a funny old place. Since 2010 it has presided over an economic recovery during which the budget deficit has halved, the employment rate […]

by and · 29th March 2015 · Blog
Immigration And Border Control Will Be A Key Issue In General Election

Immigration And Border Control Will Be A Key Issue In General Election

Immigration is one of the most important issues facing Britain today. Despite some significant changes by the Government to address the issue, it still continues to be of growing concern to vast numbers of the UK electorate. This chapter provides a brief overview of current immigration policy in the United Kingdom. The chapter then outlines the salience of immigration as […]

by and · 27th March 2015 · Blog