Choosing the Tory Leader: Conservative Party Leadership Elections from Heath to Cameron

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  • Choosing the Tory Leader: Conservative Party Leadership Elections from Heath to Cameron
  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • Timothy Heppell
  • English
  • 19 January 2017
  • 1845114868

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ñ C0AB75DE1D037ECC2F61 â Ç Timothy Heppell Free ePUB Í Choosing the Tory Leader: Conservative Party Leadership Elections from Heath to Cameron 2FA94F8E74C6271E5BB8 The means by which the Conservative Party have determined their party leadership hav means by which the Conservative Party have determined their party leadership have produced some of the most dramatic political theatre of the last four decades We have seen the Conservative Party s increasing inability, especially in the post Thatcher era, to agree on how to select a leader and, once selected, whether that person should remain as leader Here Timothy Heppell observes how the dominance of ideology has been immensely disadvantageous to post Ç Timothy Heppell Free ePUB Í Choosing the Tory Leader: Conservative Party Leadership Elections from Heath to Cameron Thatcherite Conservatism Rather than empowering incumbents to project their leadership credentials outwards to the electorate and against their Labour counterpart, successive Conservative party leaders have been increasingly forced to look inwards, devoting crucial time to the complexities of intra party management and the threats against them from rivals from within the parliamentary partyIntegrating debates on leadership election rules with the centrality of ideology and pragmatism in leadership selection, Choosing the Tory Leader gives a comprehensive and timely examination of Conservative Party leadership elections since The means by which the Conservative Party have determined their party leadership have produced some of the most dramatic political theatre of the last four decades We have seen the Conservative Party s increasing inability, especially in the post Thatcher era, to agree on how to select a leader and, once selected, whether that person should remain as leader Here Timothy Heppell observes how the dominance of ideology has been immensely disadvantageous to post Thatcherite Conservatism Rather than empowering incumbents to project their leadership credentials outwards to the electorate and against their Labour counterpart, successive Conservative party leaders have been increasingly forced to look inwards, devoting crucial time to the complexities of intra party management and the threats against them from rivals from within the parliamentary partyIntegrating debates on leadership election rules with the centrality of ideology and pragmatism in leadership selection, Choosing the Tory Leader gives a comprehensive and timely examination of Conservative Party leadership elections since

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