Articles

Making take control work for us all

Fiona Melville

Parliament Square, London

25th June 2016

David Cameron has, against all the odds, transformed our country for the better in many ways, and achieved a great deal of the things he set out to do in Read more

Parliament Square, London

The EU Referendum – TRG Membership Survey

David Fazakerley, Neil Lindsay

17th February 2016

The TRG recently conducted an email survey of its membership asking for their opinions on the Prime Minister’s EU renegotiation priorities as well as their current voting intentions in the Read more

A One Nation approach to education

Robin Walker MP

Senior mechanic teaching an apprentice

At the heart of the One Nation approach there needs to be an understanding of progress and equality of opportunity. Our education policy is about both. A good education can Read more

Senior mechanic teaching an apprentice

The Global Race

Neil Carmichael MP

Stock Exchange Charts

1st February 2016

The recent focus on trade links with China reflects both the urgent priority to develop export opportunities for the United Kingdom economy and the widely recognised prominence of the emerging Read more

Stock Exchange Charts

The true cost of Corbyn

Jack Pershke

British Pound Sterling notes and coins

16th September 2015

I don’t care about the scruffiness or the beard. I don’t care about the colour of his poppy or whether he sings the national anthem. I’ll listen to arguments about Read more

British Pound Sterling notes and coins

A Conservative case for assisted dying

Nick Hoile

Close-up of terminally ill man's hand with drip

12th September 2015

The Assisted Dying Bill would relieve suffering, protect the vulnerable, and enhance individual freedom. Conservatives should support it. The House of Commons last debated a Bill on assisted dying in Read more

Close-up of terminally ill man's hand with drip