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My last ever ConHome column: What I would do if I were in the Tories’ shoes

by Stephen Tall on February 26, 2015

Here’s my final The Other Side column for ConservativeHome, published here on Tuesday. Some time ago, ConHome’s editor Paul Goodman and I agreed that the column should cease in the run-up to the election; and besides I’m going to have (…)

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For Nick Clegg to stay, the Lib Dems need to “confound expectations”. What does that mean?

by Stephen Tall on February 10, 2015

What is the ‘Clegg threshold’? That’s a question I intended to touch on in my ConHome column today – looking at the prospect of a Lib-Con Coalition 2.0 – but didn’t manage to fit it in. Though I think it’s (…)

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My ConHome column: Labour and the Conservatives know what they need to do to win in May. But they’re still not doing it.

by Stephen Tall on January 5, 2015

Here’s my latest The Other Side column for ConservativeHome, published here last week. In particular, admire how I seamlessly and subliminally insert the Lib Dem slogan ‘stronger economy, fairer society’. My thanks as ever to the site’s editors, Paul Goodman (…)

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My ConHome column: We live in an age of OUTRAGE that’s killing political debate

by Stephen Tall on December 18, 2014

Here’s my latest The Other Side column for ConservativeHome, published here on Tuesday. My thanks as ever to the site’s editors, Paul Goodman and Mark Wallace, for giving a Lib Dem space to provoke – constructively, I hope. We live (…)

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My ConHome column: At least five spectres haunt the Lib Dems

by Stephen Tall on December 5, 2014

Here’s my latest The Other Side column for ConservativeHome, published here yesterday. My thanks as ever to the site’s editors, Paul Goodman and Mark Wallace, for giving a Lib Dem space to provoke – constructively, I hope. A spectre haunts (…)

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How did it come to this? The Lib Dems’ seven key Coalition moments

by Stephen Tall on November 19, 2014

Here’s my latest The Other Side column for ConservativeHome, published here yesterday. My thanks as ever to the site’s editors, Paul Goodman and Mark Wallace, for giving a Lib Dem space to provoke – constructively, I hope. The Coalition hasn’t (…)

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My open borders immigration policy is, I admit, a fantasy. The pro-immigration case has to be rooted in reality

by Stephen Tall on November 5, 2014

Here’s my latest The Other Side column for ConservativeHome, published here yesterday. My thanks as ever to the site’s editors, Paul Goodman and Mark Wallace, for giving a Lib Dem space to provoke – constructively, I hope. I gave a (…)

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Why I’m so over proportional representation

by Stephen Tall on October 22, 2014

Here’s my latest The Other Side column for ConservativeHome, published here yesterday. It was given the headline “British politics is more fragmented than ever” which is a more accurate reflection of what I said than my own click-bait version. My (…)

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5 thoughts from Lib Dem conference

by Stephen Tall on October 8, 2014

Here’s my latest The Other Side column for ConservativeHome, published here yesterday – a despatch from Glasgow written on Monday. My thanks as ever to the site’s editors, Paul Goodman and Mark Wallace, for giving a Lib Dem space to (…)

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All three parties’ worst nightmare – winning the next election: my ‘what happens’ next predictions…

by Stephen Tall on September 19, 2014

Here’s my latest The Other Side column for ConservativeHome, published here last week – but I forgot to post it here too. My thanks as ever to the site’s editors, Paul Goodman and Mark Wallace, for giving a Lib Dem (…)

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