30 years ago today, John Major's government was trapped in a pincer movement orchestrated by Conservative rebels and the Labour Party's frontbench.
The Labours Leader’s warning was stark and his modernising message clear. He spoke of “a worrying loss of confidence in Parliament” and “mounting sense of disenchantment and cynicism about our political system”.
Following last week's Autumn Statement, David Ward considers the political considerations guiding Jeremy Hunt's economic measures, the parallels between the Conservatives' strategy in 1992 and today, and the 'very tough' choices facing Keir Starmer and Rachel Reeves.
The Department of Transport (DfT) has dithered and delayed on an upgrade of our type approval regulations that will cost lives if action is not taken soon.
Delighted & proud to have moved successful composite motion in favour of proportional representation.
It is an anniversary Tories prefer to forget. Thirty years ago, 16 September1992, better known as ‘Black Wednesday’, the Pound was forced out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM).
The man who wants to rip up his own deal with Europe is wrong about our absolute right to drive.
Two years ago we lost our some Alex to Motor Neuron Disease. To celebrate his life we organized a Memorial lecture in our home town Tenterden on July 23rd.
Thirty years ago, under the vaulted ceiling of the Royal Horticultural Hall in London John Smith was declared Leader of the Labour Party.
From 6th July 2022 for the first time in 25 years the UK will no longer have world class vehicle safety standards. Britain is falling behind global best practice in road safety.