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by Neil O'Brien | Nov 20, 2012Tim Montgomerie is running an interesting series on the “wrong right” this week, looking at the problems that are facing the Conservatives. This morning he has an interesting piece on why working class voters in 2012 are not the same as in 1979....
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by Neil O'Brien | Nov 13, 2012There’s a debate today in Parliament about the North East’s economy. David Miliband has been setting out his ideas about how to boost it. So I thought it might be worth looking at how the North’s economy has been doing. Let’s start with the bad...
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