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I feel a real kinship to her because I share her obsession with what people eat at home. Written the year Colwin died aged just 50, this is a treatise on the importance of the family dinner — no matter who you consider to be family. In this memoir, she writes about growing up in Toronto with a mother who wrote food columns and conducted cooking classes in their suburban home.
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With his guiding hand removed, the UK Independence Party was captured by people who were so nauseating and ill-disciplined that membership collapsed. What went unreported at the time was that the death of Euroscepticism also took a lot of work on my part. A good chunk of the Tory party had campaigned for the losing side. Millions of good people had voted to leave, not because they were fed up with Europe but because they were fed up with Britain. I tackled the Tory problem by forgiving the most talented Leavers, such as Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, while simultaneously marginalising the irreconcilables.
New MP s only have to look at the desiccated hulks of Iain Duncan Smith and Jacob Rees-Mogg lounging in the parliamentary tea-room to know their fate if they step out of line. I learned two things from the frustrating renegotiations leading up to the referendum. I came to look forward to my weekly duels with the Steptoe of Islington. Thankfully, from my perspective, Corbyn was good at just one thing—clinging onto power. One of the things that makes me proud to be a Conservative is that we would never stoop to deselecting MP s.
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The more unelectable Labour became, the more Corbyn and his Stalinist controllers were entrenched in power. A tragedy for the country but a godsend for my party. The past few years have been heady ones. The election victory in exceeded our wildest expectations. The Tory party is now everything I dreamed of all those years ago in Notting Hill—a national party with MP s in every corner of the country, from Scotland to inner-London, and a thoroughly modern programme.
The EU has at last caved in on freedom of movement. I know that Boris had a good claim to the job—and he has made clear that he is annoyed at being gazumped by a newcomer to Westminster—but the party rightly decided that a second Bullingdon boy in a row would be a mistake. Ruth is just the right person to carry on the work of modernisation, consigning Scottish nationalism to the dustbin of history in the same way that I saw off the madness of Brexit.
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