Springtime for Tony

The official line is that shelving the 2007 party meeting in Glasgow would help to involve more people in policy-making and was not designed to save money. Blogs and podcasts will be used to broaden “online engagement” with the new “interactive party” – methinks it will be more like a “virtual party” because they have lost more than half their membership since 1997.

Guido does not believe this online engagement guff for one second, not even sure that it is about saving money – conferences can break even or even be profitable. This is about not giving agitators a focal point for another anti-Blair insurrection. Guido still has money on Blair being in office in 2008…




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Boris in The Telegraph on May…

“… it was certainly a serious mistake in 2015 for the Home Office to order a move away from stop and search.”

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