Another week, another ConservativeHome gossip column from Iain Dale in which he, once again, sets about attacking the conservatives within Britain’s Conservative Party. Dale, who failed in his pursuit of elected conservative politics, appears to be setting himself up as Westminster's Bête Noire, resolute in his assault on the strongest opponents to the now farcical Same Sex Marriage Bill, making threats that Conservative Parliamentarians who didn’t support it would be "outed," and publishing books with concerning content about rape. In politics, it is said that enemies should be more carefully chosen than friends. As such, Dale is a rare gift, thrust upon a movement such as ours that desires to shift the conservative debate away from the epicene gossip of the Westminster bubble, to core ideas and principles.
Articles by Miles Windsor