Tag Archives: Change

Whose mud is it, and does it matter?

Last week, Tim Montgomerie wrote for the Times about his worry that “The Lib Dem mud is sticking to the Tories”.  I’ve also written about this (the first post I can find is from June 2010 but there have been … Continue reading

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Earlier, better, in peace: Why when the White’s decision was made is important

David Cameron’s spokesman has just said that the Prime Minister has given up his membership of White’s (where his late father had been a member and Chairman), in part presumably because of White’s all-male membership.  On one hand, I think … Continue reading

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How to make complaining purposeful

I had a lovely meeting yesterday with someone I hadn’t met before. We were having a general chat about campaigning and actions and outcomes, and agreed that so often, people feel that liking something on Facebook or retweeting something is … Continue reading

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“Seriously, what’s the point?”

Tory MP on Feldman: "It doesn't matter whether he said it or not". Cameron must sit there and think, "Seriously. What's the point". — Dan Hodges (@DPJHodges) May 20, 2013 At the risk of overdoing the political-ness of the events … Continue reading

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What the Queen’s Speech means for modernisers

The next two years are going to be tough for modernisers. The Queen’s Speech was another clear sign that many of the palpable achievements that stem from detoxification are likely to be hushed up rather than championed on the doorstep. … Continue reading

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