Director Sebastian Payne writes on Starmer’s two recent policies that are likely to be rejected by the Middle England voters he needs the most. He writes:
“In just one week, Sir Keir Starmer has made two blunders. Since becoming Labour leader, he has gradually tried to shift his party away from the unrepentant leftism of the Corbyn era towards something new and inscrutable. He has been achingly cautious on policy interventions, while rattling through slogans that sought to define his leadership but have each struggled to make their mark.
That era of caution may be over. “
You can read the full op-ed here.
Future of Conservatism Director Gavin Rice explains why legal immigration is still rising post-Brexit in the Daily Telegraph.