Onward's latest report by Neil O'Brien MP has been covered by The Times, The Telegraph, Daily Mail, The Sun, The FT and HuffPost.
The Government's review has “the right analysis but comes to the wrong conclusions”.
The Times, The Spectator, Daily Mail, Daily Express and Evening Standard all cover our first birthday party on 14th May.
The Times, Daily Mail, BBC News, The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph all cover Thursday's speech.
Matt Hancock referenced Onward's research in an interview where he champions the centre ground of British politics.
The party cannot maintain office by appealing only to its activist base.
The Conservative Party is thought to be the world’s longest standing political party. But it faces a future of decline if it does not broaden its appeal.
Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Conservative leader, is to spearhead her party’s plans to try to win back the youth vote throughout Britain. Ms Davidson will join Michael Gove, the environment secretary, in a new Tory think tank called Onward, which aims to develop ideas to attract the under-45s, many of whom have deserted the party.