Ben Harris-Quinney is the Chairman of the Bow Group and Contributing Editor to The Commentator
“Whatever happened to Gary Cooper, the strong silent type?”
The state’s interference and attempted re-definition of marriage is nothing more than cultural Marxism and should be a source of shame for all conservatives
Sidelining sniping against the Bow Group is indicative of a moribund Conservative Party with an urgent need for a coherent philosophy
That Thatcher was the first female prime minister ought to be relegated to the footnotes of history. That she was the greatest ought to be emblazoned atop and throughout
It is time for the Conservative Party to draw a line under the modernisation (mis)adventure of Blair’s Britain, and return to the surety of conservatism
The new Pope will inherit a Church waiting to be led, with its battle lines never more clearly defined
The loss of Scotland from the United Kingdom would be a mark of change to our nation far greater than the decision to leave the European Union
John Redwood and the Bow Group release a political Christmas fairytale...
We are quite possibly less than a decade away from seeing the Monarchy, the Church, and marriage as a historic institution become intellectually and rationally indefensible in Britain
On Sunday Catalans vote in regional elections. The leading candidate Arturo Mas has promised a referendum on independence if re-elected
Opening Civil Partnership to all citizens would present a clear choice between religious marriage and civil partnership with equal legal rights bestowed by the state for each
Whilst it should be the role of the media to expose individual misdeeds by the now relatively rare form of investigative journalism, it must be the role of leaders, legislators and prosecutors to address the heart of the problem
The American economy is a rapacious beast; it constantly needs new territory to feed its growth, if that territory is not forthcoming, it will quickly eat itself alive
The Conservative Party has problems with its public image, but conservative ideology or policies are not the problem -- they are the solution
Comparing London 2012's opening ceremony with that of Beijing 2008 offers insights into the contrasting direction and outlook of China and the UK. It's not comfortable viewing for all of us
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