Martin Kettle


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The prime minister offers a new kind of conservatism, promoting good government over free markets. But she lacks a broad base of support across her party. At the end of her election manifesto launch press conference in Halifax, Theresa May was asked whether the document she had just launched embodied something we could now describe as “Mayism”. Her reply was emphatic. “There is no Mayism,” she intoned, “there is good solid conservatism which puts the interests of the country and the interests of ordinary working people at the heart of everything we do in government.”.feedback
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We found 10 articles in which Martin Kettle said something. The most recent Martin Kettle’s quote is: “While this is a more nuanced prospectus than the right claims, it is too starry-eyed about the state’s role – and has some glaring fudges. How seriously should one take the Labour manifesto? In a serious election it ought to matter a lot. Yet everything about Labour at the moment – the manifesto included – reflects the sleepless battle for control of the party, rather than any serious engagement with non-Labour Britain. Oddly, though, this means there is some unity about the manifesto. The Corbynites want to run on a leftwing manifesto for reasons of ideology, but Jeremy Corbyn’s opponents want that too, so that Corbyn can own the defeat they expect on 8 June.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Martin Kettle 11 times. On this page, you will find all of Martin Kettle’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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