Tag Archives: Tim Montgomerie

Two Tims (and one Tom) with very different responses to our Test capacity


The need to Test most people in our nation to find out if they have COVID-19 is vital if we are to move on from lockdown towards some form of conventional open society. The suggestion I have read is that … Continue reading

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80% of Sussex MPs are pushing for a Revolutionary Democracy


We seem to have reached a point in our political setting that was anticipated but which has occurred quicker than I had expected a few weeks or even days ago. I wrote a piece last week which called for our … Continue reading

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The Brexit-Tears are pouring out


The vote last night in Parliament was of course a minor point in a much bigger process and anyone who either supported Amendment 7 (as I did) or who opposed it (as the tweets here display) knows that there is … Continue reading

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Political destruction by 1000 ‘resignations’


The inability by members of the Conservative Party to understand the seriousness of their failure as a Government as a whole is deeply concerning. As these two tweets indicate the Foreign Secretary believes Ministers should be free to jettison the … Continue reading

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Why Tim’s decision matters


The news that Tim Montgomerie, founder of Conservative Home blog is to leave the Conservative Party after 28 years is a matter of significance to our national political life. Not because he is personally important to the future of the … Continue reading

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