Michael Portillo & Conservative Party
Michael Denzil Xavier Portillo (born 26 May 1953) is a British journalist, broadcaster, and former Conservative Party politician and Cabinet Minister. The Conservative Party, formally the Conservative and Unionist Party, is a centre-right political party in the United Kingdom that adheres to the philosophies of conservatism and British unionism./5
"The only person that can lead the Conservative Party is Ruth Davidson" says Michael Portillo
Latest blog by Michael Portillo on Cameron's blunder and the future of the Conservative Party.
Michael Portillo playing the elder statesman type but right to note the inexorable decline of the Conservative Party. Dying party.
Question Time tonight on the BBC looks interesting group members - on the panel are Bob Crow, general secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) Conservative Party, Ken Clarke; The Labour Party's shadow education secretary, Stephen Twigg; & surprise surprise - the odious UKIP are on the programme yet AGAIN !!
Bobnational.net find - Portillo on Thatcher: The Lady's Not for Spurning. Former cabinet minister Michael Portillo assesses the legacy and continued influence of Margaret Thatcher on the Conservative Party. [S] [Search Term: Portillo on Thatcher]
Drug pressure groups today welcomed a call to legalise cannabis by former Conservative Party deputy leader Peter Lilley
A great explanation of the Conservative Party by Michael Portillo
BBC News - Michael Portillo on modernising the Conservative Party
So this evening Michael Portillo said on This Week "I am very worried about the Conservative Party at the moment, it has not won an election since 1992" Well Mr Portillo its not just you thats worried!
On This Week yesterday, Michael Portillo revealed that he's no longer a member of the Conservative Party. Wonder why?
'I'm no longer a member of Conservative Party' says ex Tory Minister Michael Portillo. I believe in rehabilitation too Michael
Michael Denzil Xavier Portillo (born 26 May 1953) is a British journalist, broadcaster, and former Conservative Party politician and Cabinet Minister. Portillo was first elected to the House of Commons in a by-election in 1984; a strong admirer of Margaret Thatcher, and a Eurosceptic, Portillo serve...
On BBC This Week, Michael Portillo said Conservative Party cannot win in 2015. Ding dong the witch is dead?
The Paedophile Ring that Encircles British Politics Online Publishing Company 2012-10-25 Further to article Parliamentary Paedophiles: A (fairly) comprehensive guide to government nonces. I followed the Giovanni De Stefano connection and was able to supplement the list in the Chris Spivey article with more names taken from the link to Online Publishing Company. These appear below with other relevant information on the Dunblane cover-up. Please visit Online Publishing Company for the full article. Lord Graville Jenner (Labour Peer) Lord Kaufman (Labour Peer) Lord Brittan (Leon, former home sec when Maggie was in power) Lord McAlpine (Former treasurer of the conservative party) Michael Portillo (former MP Kensington & Chelsea) Derek Laud Now defunct magazine Scallywag covered events at Bryn Alyn in detail, some years ago.The magazine alleged that one of the men referred to is Lord McAlpine, at the time of the offences treasurer of the governing Conservative Party. Another regular participant in the activit ...
I sense Michael Portillo has never forgiven David Cameron for leading the Conservative Party while not being Michael Portillo
Michael Portillo gives his brief analysis of Iain Duncan Smith's leadership. Includes brief interviews with current and former Conservative MP's.
Michael Portillo on says Michael Gove (his biographer) is serious candidate for future leadership of Conservative Party
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