NEW EBOOK - A Spotter's Guide to Sound Government Policies
How radical is the Conservative Party today, compared with what it
should be? What proposals would really shake up Whitehall and Brussels,
spark up business, and fire up the economy? What policies would really
galvanize the nation, break the stale consensus, and engage an
electorate today indifferent to politics and distrustful of politicians?
A senior backbencher, a leading policy guerillista, and Margaret
Thatcher’s eminent lieutenant here get together to suggest a platform
for the next Government. This pocket guide helps the reader to measure
the inventiveness of the Conservatives and other parties as they set out
their manifesto stall.
This book suggests one hundred ideas to put the party back on track,
to reconnect with what average voters beyond the W11 postcode hope for
and aspire to, and what they expect Government to do to help.
Not everyone will agree with everything in these pages, nor is the
list a complete one. Nor do the authors confine their aspirations to the
Conservative Party alone: with the nation’s needs uppermost, they would
be delighted to see such proposals adopted across the political divide.
Foreword by Lord Tebbit.
About the Authors
Brian Binley MP is a British Conservative Party politician. He has
been the Member of Parliament for Northampton South since 2005, entering
Parliament after a long career in local government in Northamptonshire.
He currently sits on the National Board of the Conservative Party.
Dr Lee Rotherham is an author and veteran political campaigner who
has advised a number of front benchers. He is also an army reservist who
has undertaken three tours of duty. He has twice been a Conservative
candidate in general elections, in St Helens South (the ‘butler seat’)
in 2001 and in Rotherham in 2005.
The Rt Hon. Norman Tebbit, Baron Tebbit, CH is a British politician
who served in the Cabinet from 1981 to 1987 and was a Member of
Parliament from 1970 to 1992. He gave up his parliamentary seat for
Chingford in 1992, and has since sat in the House of Lords as Baron
Tebbit of Chingford.
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