David Lidington on Theresa May’s future
It’s time for a fresh type of Conservatism
The Nos have it, but Britain has been left a divided country. How did our politicians get the referendum battle so wrong?
George Osborne, radical Chancellor, on the pleasures of poking your nose into every aspect of government
In his first interview since becoming Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith explains his plans for reform to Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth
As election day approaches, David Cameron talks to Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth about Tory principles, where his campaign went wrong, and what might happen if he doesn’t win
In 1997 the Prime Minister made education his priority. Ten years on, his promises lie in tatters: Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth sift through a decade of political failure in which things got worse for poorer children and spin replaced reform