Posts Tagged “sayeeda warsi”

Tory chairwoman Baroness Warsi writes off her party’s chances of “immediate electoral success” in Oxford

by Stephen Tall on April 7, 2012

The last time a Conservative was elected to Oxford City Council was 12 years ago, in 2000. Her name was Barbara Burgess, and she won in a backlash against Labour over a local planning issue (the controversial building of the (…)

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In other news… Vince, Telegraph inaccuracy, Lembit, Eastleigh, Boundary Commission, site news

by Stephen Tall on March 11, 2012

Here’s a round-up of stories we haven’t had time to cover on the site this past week… Vince Cable on that leaked letter to No. 10 (and other matters (The Guardian) “We’re no longer arguing about fiscal policy – monetary policy’s now taking on most of the heavy lifting anyway,” he says as he notes […]

Huhne: Tories could face ‘legal redress’ to put stop to anti-AV untruths

by Stephen Tall on April 25, 2011

Lib Dem cabinet minister Chris Huhne has ratcheted up the war of words against the Tories ahead of next week’s AV referendum, suggesting legal action might be necessary to stop Coalition colleagues spreading untruths. Today’s Guardian reports: Huhne said the claims made by David Cameron, George Osborne and other Tories undermined their credibility. He is […]

Huhne goes on the attack: “Labour’s next leaders in denial about deficit”

by Stephen Tall on August 11, 2010

Lib Dem climate change and energy secretary Chris Huhne joined with Conservative party chair Baroness Sayeedi Warsi today to launch a blistering attack on Labour’s financial legacy. You can read Chris’s speech in full, below, in which he issues a stark challenge to Labour to “face up to the challenge of fixing our nation’s finances”, […]