By Paul Goodman Follow Paul on Twitter. A survey by Lord Ashcroft recently found David Cameron to be less popular than his Party. A survey by YouGov has found the opposite, and Peter Kellner writes about it in the Telegraph today. But whatever the public opinion may be, we can all agree that exercises such as these, which are scarcely new, set the leader against his Party through the simple means...
18/06/2013 - 13:11
Jacob blesses Isaac, by Jacob Assereto (1600-49) By Paul Goodman Follow Paul on Twitter. Ken Clarke speaks off the cuff about the EU without first getting the go-ahead from Downing Street, but writing about it in the Daily Telegraph this morning will have been a different matter. It is impossible to believe that his piece, in which familiar arguments for Britain's membership of the EU are set...
18/06/2013 - 08:25
By Harry Phibbs Follow Harry on Twitter The Sunday Telegraph this morning has some astonishing figures on the extent of the subsidies spent on the hideous wind farms despoiling the British countryside: A new analysis of government and industry figures shows that wind turbine owners received £1.2billion in the form of a consumer subsidy, paid by a supplement on electricity bills last year. They...
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