Annunziata Rees-Mogg

Why I’m backing the Tories over Reform

You can often tell a lot about people, not by what they say but how they say it. Three weeks ago, I appealed to you to help me make up my mind, as a lifelong Tory, as to how to vote in Boston and Skegness, the constituency in which I live. Many of you kindly responded. Nearly

I’m a lifelong Tory. Should I vote Reform?

For more than 30 years, I have knocked on doors and dutifully recorded voting intentions. I’m sure every party has their own abbreviations but during my Tory canvassing career, ‘U’ stood for undecided. I often wondered at – and, in part, admired – those people who were genuinely open to any party. It was an

Diary – 2 May 2019

Sometimes life takes an unexpected turn. So it was for me a few weeks ago when, driving up the A1 on my way home to Lincolnshire, I saw some graffiti that made me think. The words sprayed on to a bridge support were as simple as they were powerful: ‘DON’T VOTE. ACT.’ It scared me