Tag Archives: conservatism

  1. Explaining Moggmentum

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    August 7, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    It shouldn’t really be a possibility. As a response to the rise of Jeremy Corbyn and his anti-elitism and screeds …
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  2. Why “Right-to-buy” Housing Association properties will never happen

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    June 1, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    I would have loved to have seen the Conservatives’ manifesto planning whiteboard. I can imagine there were quote a few …
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  3. Time for the ‘Good Right’ to redefine conservatism

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    March 9, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    Would you like lower earners to pay less income tax? Well, we could have a consumption tax on the very wealthy. …
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  4. How do we make “The Pinch” less painful?

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    March 8, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    David Willetts, or “two brains” as he was once nicknamed, came to speak at my school this week. Willetts has …
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  5. The ‘Poll Tax’ files released from the National Archives – Thatcher can’t say she wasn’t warned.

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    January 18, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    The release of a tranche of documents from the a National Archive under the ’30 year rule’ has cast a …
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  6. The NHS – contracting out is not privatisation, and the left should stop shouting “squirrel”

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    December 16, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    If you ever want to see a real Conservative in action, listen to someone from the left talk about the …
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  7. Nicky Morgan’s U-turn lays bare a ‘misunderstanding’ of what a representative actually is

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    November 17, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    There was a very odd U-turn the other day. Nicky Morgan, who was appointed Secretary of State for Education in …
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