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Published: 2007-12-30T10:42:03+00:00


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Louise Bagshawe: In praise of Margaret Thatcher


I want to thank Tim Montgomerie and Sam Coates for the opportunity they gave me to write a column for ConHome this year. Partly, this chance was afforded me because Tim knows I have been a Cameroon voice on the...

Graeme Archer's Diary: Love, Actually


There’s a place for us. Somewhere, a place. For us. Hold my hand. * Hold my hand, and I’ll take you there. So, Saturday night, and like a few million others we’re agog at the X-factor final. I’m watching a...

Cameron Watt: Five for the future


After a rollercoaster of a political year, Conservatives end 2007 in good cheer. Cameron continues to grow in stature and has established a healthy lead in the polls. By contrast, Brown’s bottling and balls-ups may have inflicted irreparable damage to...

Louise Bagshawe: Save the Gordon!


Merry Christmas to all, especially fellow Conservatives. It’s easy to live the season to be jolly when you’re hitting a steady 40% in most polls. And this time of year, we feel a particular need to be kind to the...

Peter Franklin: David Cameron doesn’t get the credit he deserves


94%. That’s David Cameron’s approval rating from the latest ConservativeHome readers’ survey. I don’t know what Vladimir Putin gets from the readers of UnitedRussiaHome, but it can’t be that much better. So why don’t I think DC gets the credit...

Andrew Lilico: Things to believe and to disbelieve about climate change


Until perhaps two years ago, whether climate change was occurring and whether it was anything to do with human activity were topics that politically-minded people debated. Greens urged that the burning of fossil fuels was going to heat up the...

Stephan Shakespeare: We live in un-visionary times


The year ends with the Tories well up, and Labour well down. It’s been an exciting few months, from the point of view of the horse-race. But how far have we really moved forward in the battle of ideas? The...