Notting Hell

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Notting Hell is launched

The BETA test is over.

Notting Hell is launched.

Monday, December 12, 2005

Clarke says Cam's an "ultra-nationalist"

Following on from the EPP saga: Ken Clarke has told almost every media outlet that he thinks David Cameron's an anti-European extremist. Well duh!

Ken: Is that why you voted for him? We should be told.

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Cameron backed by far-right

It is well-known that David Cameron is facing fierce resistance from his MEP's over his plan to take them out of Europe's largest centre-right group, the EPP.

What is less well known however, are the nasty, extreme-right, connections of those backing his proposals.

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Cheryl the Peril

The appointment of Cheryl Gillen as Shadow Secretary of State for Wales is a yet another snub to the principality. Cameron's decided that none of his Welsh MP’s are up to the job, so has parachuted in a failed former Government Minister to the most senior position in the Welsh Conservative Party, even her old friend Iain Dale is questioning her appointment.

When Cheryl the Peril was a Minister in John Major’s Government, she said: “The introduction of a national minimum wage… would strike at the heart of the job opportunities that would be available”. Being from Buckinghamshire, perhaps she doesn't realise that the salaries of over 80,000 people in Wales have increased since... yes, you guessed it, the introduction of the National Minimum Wage!

Friday, December 09, 2005

Change to win

Less than 48 hours after David Cameron promised the "change the way we look", CCHQ released the following statement:

"William Hague has returned to the political front line, as Shadow Foreign Secretary and the senior member of David Cameron's new Shadow Cabinet. The former Party leader and one-time Welsh Secretary heads the list of senior figures appointed to top posts following the leadership election on December 6... Mr Cameron has confirmed his leadership rival David Davis in his existing role as Shadow Home Secretary, while another contender for the leadership, Dr Liam Fox, takes on the Shadow Defence portfolio. George Osborne remains as Shadow Chancellor, and Francis Maude continues as Party Chairman. While Lord Strathclyde continues as Shadow Leader of the House of Lords, Oliver Letwin MP switches to a new role as Chairman of the Policy Review and Chairman of the Conservative Research Department."

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Howard's Children

David Cameron has just been elected leader of the Conservative Party.

The Notting Hill set have staged a succesful coup. But What do they? Who is them? And why?