Post Tagged with: "Conservatives"

Parliamentary Assessment: what’s next?

On Friday, I sat a Conservative Parliamentary Assessment Board. The result arrived yesterday: I am now an Approved Candidate. The next step is to apply to seats I feel I can represent well. According to Conservative Home, I’ll need to persuade selection committees that I am characterized by, for example: […]

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Meeting David Cameron

Today, I met David Cameron. He’s taller than you imagine and even fresher faced. His speech and his responses to questions were positive, optimistic, realistic and balanced. There was a real sense that David is a decent, honest and committed man who wants to make Britain the country it ought […]

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Dinner with decent, civil, caring people

I had dinner tonight with the Aylesbury Constituency Association and, once more, I was inspired by the Conservatives. Everyone was passionately concerned for freedom, civil society and equality under the rule of law. Labour’s “nasty party” slur has never seemed more disingenuous, silly or downright wrong.

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“You can get it”

Well, where have all my posts gone? Apart from working and commuting, I have been focussing on meeting people in politics. I joined the Conservative Front Bench Club, which led to some illuminating meetings and introductions. I am developing a real confidence in the Conservatives’ ability to deliver meaningful change […]

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