This is Gillibrand's Typepad Profile.
Join Typepad and start following Gillibrand's activity
Join Now!
Already a member? Sign In
Gillibrand
Recent Activity
One guesses that a confrontation with the EU is coming, as they must realise that they are bound hand and foot in trying to deal with the countries problems otherwise.
Toggle Commented Mar 10, 2010 on Wednesday 10th March 2010 at ConservativeHome
1 reply
Grave infringement of my democratic rights! The BBC does not allow me to watch Finkelstein in Belgium. Paid the license fee for years and not allowed even to see Finkelstein move. He is being treated worse than the IRA- at least you could see them move.
Toggle Commented Mar 8, 2010 on Monday 8th March 2010 at ConservativeHome
1 reply
To say Lord Tebbit is out of control, there seem to be an enormous number of out of control commenters on this blog. I took Mrs Bercow out for dinner once. Big Mistake! It is quite clear who is controlling Bercow and it is not Mr Cameron. Lord Tebbit even touched on her influence in his interview. Ah well, the constituency has had a Socialist MP before, one Robert Maxwell.
1 reply
Britian is very LUCKY in the.... Correction to previous post.
Toggle Commented Jul 9, 2006 on Sunday 9th July 2006 at ConservativeHome
1 reply
Coming soon a Cam-Cam coalition, whatever Tory party members think. Mr Cameron is trying to fashion the Tory Party in his own image. He does not need ordinary members for this task.
1 reply
Democracy- Europe style. Not to consider at least the possibility of coming out now is inexecusable.
Toggle Commented May 10, 2006 on Happy Europe Day... at ConservativeHome's ToryDiary
1 reply
There can now be no doubt. Mr Cameron will campaign from the left and, if he gets that far, govern from the left. At least, he can't be accused of hypocrisy or flip-flopping.
Toggle Commented Feb 28, 2006 on Monday 27th February 2006 at ConservativeHome
1 reply
Not disimilar to Mrs Merkel's problems. She talked up free market reform (quite rightly) and then the voters went and voted for the German Liberals who really are pro-free market. The contrast, however, is that Mr Cameron's liberalism is not about policy but lack of it in the drive for the centre. He's not a chameleon, he's a liberal. He wants to innoculate the Conservative Party for ever from doing the right thing.
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2006 on Saturday 11th February 2006 at ConservativeHome
1 reply
"One has no choice but to ally with some very odd bedfellows in the European Parliament." Chances of forming a reforming group less than zero. And I agree with Edward Macmillan-Scott (!!!). Why are the Tories heading left at home (towards Christian Democracy!) and to the right in Europe?
1 reply
Do you wonder when he quotes Ghandi? Another quote from the same: "What kind of victory is it when someone is left defeated?" Bet he doesn't say that on the campaign trail.
1 reply
I will (just) resist the temptation to set up http://labourhome.blogs.com/ to celebrate Mr Letwin's novel interpretation of Conservatism. If I want to redistribute some of my hard-earned money that's up to me not the state.
1 reply
The Church of England; a bulwark against errors more fundamental than its own (not me, Cardinal Newman!) Sadly I don't think Her Majesty's son shares her views on the uniqueness of Christianity.
Toggle Commented Nov 16, 2005 on Wednesday 16th November 2005 at ConservativeHome
1 reply