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Why Liz Truss won’t divide the Conservative Party as Prime Minister SPECULATION THAT, AS PRIME MINISTER, LIZ TRUSS WILL HAVE A CHALLENGE MANAGING THE PARLIAMENTARY CONSERVATIVE PARTY IS MISPLACED, ARGUES WHITEHOUSE COMMUNICATIONS. Chris Whitehouse, Chair of Whitehouse Communications, and a prominent political consultant and public affairs lobbyist, argues that predictions Liz Truss will have challenges … Continued
Rishi Sunak is more popular with tory MPs than with the party’s grassroots, and the risk is the MPs get a Leader they didn’t want. Could chaos ensue? Chris Whitehouse, Chair of Whitehouse Communications, and a prominent political consultant and public affairs lobbyist, sounds a warning that the Conservative Party could be heading for disaster. The … Continued
Whitehouse has worked closely with Andrew Rosindell MP to launch the Conservative Friends of Hong Kong to be a voice for the repressed people of Hong Kong within the Conservative Party. Lord Chris Patten, the last colonial governor of Hong Kong and former Chair of the Conservative Party, has joined with former Foreign Secretary, Sir … Continued
Chairman of the Whitehouse Consultancy, Chris Whitehouse, has been featured in Conservative Home with article on the potential introduction and imposition of Magnitsky-style sanctions against human rights abusers. In the piece, Chris points towards the questions raised by such sanctions, which form part of the Conservative General Election Manifesto, and the need to give a … Continued
While Theresa May’s career hangs by a blue and yellow star-spangled thread, the sounds of plotting and scheming hums around Westminster’s gothic corridors. The inevitable question over who will ultimately replace Theresa May as Leader of the Conservative Party remains ever uncertain, but it’s clear that behind closed doors, leadership bids are already being devised … Continued
Senior Consultant Robert Ede evaluates the Conservative’s manifesto pledge to “introduce the most ambitious programme of investment in buildings and technology the NHS has ever seen”.
The Whitehouse team have produced an analysis of new Prime Minister Theresa May’s Cabinet.
Associate Director Chris Rogers reflects on the rise of Theresa May and fall of Michael Gove in the Tory leadership race.
Head of PR Chris Rogers outlines the challenge the Conservatives will have in explaining welfare cuts.
Budget was a boost for hardworking families and Conservative prospects, writes Whitehouse Chairman Chris Whitehouse