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Britain's leading Conservative blog for news, comment, analysis and campaigns, edited by Paul Goodman.

  • By Paul Goodman, et al.
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly six posts per day

Posts per month

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Nov 2022 121
Dec 2022 200
Jan 2023 220
Feb 2023 221
Mar 2023 246
Apr 2023 204
May 2023 227
Jun 2023 232
Jul 2023 211
Aug 2023 170
Sep 2023 226
Oct 2023 245
Nov 2023 224
Dec 2023 189
Jan 2024 228
Feb 2024 197
Mar 2024 214
Apr 2024 208
May 2024 141

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Adam Afriyie: Transparency of payments is an easy-to-solve trade barrier for smaller British businesses
Adam Afriyie is the MP for Windsor and Chair of All-Party Parliamentary Group on Fintech It’s easy to have a certain image of an ‘international’ business: a vast conglomerate, shipping goods in great shipping containers …
On , by Adam Afriyie, 747 words
Christopher Snowdon: The societal cost of alcohol has fallen by 25 per cent since 2001. Why is the Cabinet Office pretending otherwise?
Christopher Snowdon is Head of Lifestyle Economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs. It’s a mark of how much the currency has been debased that £20 billion in 2001 would, if it kept pace with …
On , by Christopher Snowdon, 785 words
Marc Jenkins: Why I am standing for the Conservatives in Gower – and why I’m worried about a Labour government
Marc Jenkins is a former Olympic triathlete and the Conservative candidate for Gower I am writing this as my introduction as a “politician”. Am I though? My name is Marc Jenkins, and I am the …
On , by Marc Jenkins, 959 words