Posts Tagged: David Cameron

Central Europe: A Forgotten Ally for Britain

When David Cameron was undiplomatically told, in comments that were crafted to be reported, to butt out of negotiations over the Eurozone by Nicholas Sarkozy, both he and the French President would have been pleased by the impression given to

Central Europe: A Forgotten Ally for Britain

When David Cameron was undiplomatically told, in comments that were crafted to be reported, to butt out of negotiations over the Eurozone by Nicholas Sarkozy, both he and the French President would have been pleased by the impression given to

Not Balls, Not Brown, Not Now

To win credibility, Ed Balls needs a new speech that acknowledges that the Coalition is not all-wrong on the economy. Perhaps the suddenness of Alan Johnson’s resignation caught most commentators by surprise, or perhaps so much has already been said

Not Balls, Not Brown, Not Now

To win credibility, Ed Balls needs a new speech that acknowledges that the Coalition is not all-wrong on the economy. Perhaps the suddenness of Alan Johnson’s resignation caught most commentators by surprise, or perhaps so much has already been said

Rights Supremacy

How and why the Conservatives became a Party of Civil Liberties [picapp align=”none” wrap=”false” link=”term=david+davis+MP&iid=8445040″ src=”http://view3.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/8445040/gordon-brown-ends-the/gordon-brown-ends-the.jpg?size=500&imageId=8445040″ width=”500″ height=”348″ /] ‘I love liberty by taste, equality by instinct and reason.’ Alexis de Tocqueville to John Stuart Mill in 1836. The Assault

Rights Supremacy

How and why the Conservatives became a Party of Civil Liberties [picapp align=”none” wrap=”false” link=”term=david+davis+MP&iid=8445040″ src=”http://view3.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/8445040/gordon-brown-ends-the/gordon-brown-ends-the.jpg?size=500&imageId=8445040″ width=”500″ height=”348″ /] ‘I love liberty by taste, equality by instinct and reason.’ Alexis de Tocqueville to John Stuart Mill in 1836. The Assault

A Liberal Moment

[picapp align=”none” wrap=”false” link=”term=Prime+Minister&iid=8766243″ src=”9/d/8/d/Britains_Prime_Minister_01e9.jpg?adImageId=12835522&imageId=8766243″ width=”500″ height=”742″ /] It is a little over two years since Nick Clegg referred to the Liberal Democrats as ‘very much a national party,’ the only opposition to Labour in the North, and the Conservatives

A Liberal Moment

[picapp align=”none” wrap=”false” link=”term=Prime+Minister&iid=8766243″ src=”9/d/8/d/Britains_Prime_Minister_01e9.jpg?adImageId=12835522&imageId=8766243″ width=”500″ height=”742″ /] It is a little over two years since Nick Clegg referred to the Liberal Democrats as ‘very much a national party,’ the only opposition to Labour in the North, and the Conservatives

Britain’s Choice

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=prime+minister+debate&iid=8601818″ src=”4/0/0/6/Britains_Prime_Minister_aa18.jpg?adImageId=12720619&imageId=8601818″ width=”500″ height=”311″ /] And so the General Election, for such a long time a fixed point in the distant future, looms up. This Thursday the different messages, commentaries and clips are reviewed a final time,

Britain’s Choice

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=prime+minister+debate&iid=8601818″ src=”4/0/0/6/Britains_Prime_Minister_aa18.jpg?adImageId=12720619&imageId=8601818″ width=”500″ height=”311″ /] And so the General Election, for such a long time a fixed point in the distant future, looms up. This Thursday the different messages, commentaries and clips are reviewed a final time,