Category Archives: Politics

Britain’s new government hits the ground running!

It really is an incredible day for British politics, as the new Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister demonstrate genuine chemistry and respect for each other in their first press conference. The way in which the potential stumbling blocks in … Continue reading

David Cameron is Prime Minister: now the hard work starts!

Today was another historic day in London – Conservative leader, David Cameron, secured his place in history by becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland after securing an agreement with Liberal Democrat leader, Nick … Continue reading

A Con-Lib pact: Marriage of convenience or a match made in Heaven?

Within the next few hours, there is a strong likelihood that David Cameron will announce that he is able to form a government with the support of the Liberal Democrats, providing us with some stability and certainty after what has … Continue reading

Nick de Bois’s acceptance speech on winning Enfield North

Nick de Bois’ acceptance speech on becoming MP of Enfield North. Continue reading

The bittersweet taste of success…

Friday 7 May 2010 will stay in my mind for a long time to come… The euphoria that I felt after learning that Nick de Bois had finally removed Joan Ryan to become the member of parliament for Enfield North … Continue reading

The polling stations are now open!

I woke just after 04:00 this morning – partly through excitement, and partly because Tom had arranged for us to go out and do a ‘Dawn Raid’ delivering leaflets to our supporters. It’s an incredibly important day, and I was … Continue reading

It’s one of the most important weeks in the history of Britain…

Britain faces one of the most important weeks in its history as millions of voters up and down the country go to the polls to vote for their local and national representatives – choosing their Local Council and the next … Continue reading

Election Fever in Enfield!

I had the great pleasure of enjoying the beautiful Spring sunshine in Enfield Town today whilst campaigning with my Conservative colleagues. Enfield North Parliamentary Candidate Nick de Bois, Enfield Southgate MP David Burrowes and I were joined by Justine Greening … Continue reading

The unholy past of the Muslim cleric demanding the Pope’s execution – we cannot afford to allow this man to continue preaching his extremist views!

At 39, Anjem Choudary should be a symbol of success for his peers. Born into the working-class family of a market trader in Welling on the outskirts of London, he has risen – thanks to the opportunities offered by the … Continue reading

Senior Labour figures call for Gordon Brown to be replaced, but it’s just too late!

BBC News – Hewitt and Hoon call for Brown leadership ballot. Two ex-cabinet ministers are calling for a secret ballot on Gordon Brown’s leadership, only months before a general election must be called. I am absolutely amazed to hear that … Continue reading