Cameron's little talk to Demos today (to launch their Progressive Conservatism Project) was full of pleasant abstract stuff about de-centralisation as a means to fairness. But what was most interesting was how dangerous the Tory schools policy suddenly se
Speaking to the think tank Demos, which has close links to New Labour, Mr Cameron had said it was clear Labour was now 'running the risk' of ending up back at the IMF asking for help, which he said no responsible government would allow.
'It is easy to see the whole project as a bizarre mess into which David Cameron should not have allowed himself to be dragged ... but I think dismissing this Red Tory approach out of hand would be an error.'
Tim Montgomerie discusses the Progressive Conservatism Project in his Tory Diary blog.
In a speech to the traditionally centre-left think tank Demos, Tory leader, David Cameron said it was the debt crisis that had put the country in such a weak position.
Iain Martin comes to Thatcher's defence following debate at the Progressive Conservatism Project launch with David Cameron.
Alex Massie discusses progressive conservatism and Thatchersim in his Spectator blog.
David Cameron rejected claims that he was a 'Right-wing nationalist' today as he tried to defuse a fresh row over Kenneth Clarke's comeback.
In a speech to Demos, the Tory leader made a direct pitch to Labour and Liberal Democrat voters and declared hi
The Tory leader's comments came at the launch of a "progressive conservatism project" launched by the thinktank Demos, which is independent but has previously been closely linked to New Labour.
Thinktank formerly closely associated with New Labour will explore ideas such as how the market can be organised to alleviate poverty.