|Last Edited||Ralphie - January 16, 2007 03:16pm|
|Description||"The Conservative Party has a long history, during which it has passed through many phases and changes. For significant periods of modern British history it has been the dominant governing party, but it has also suffered divisions, defeats and spells in the political wilderness. The Conservative Party has remained relevant because its programme and outlook have adapted to the changing social and political environment, and it has never been exclusively linked to any one issue or group. Continuity is provided by the fact that the Conservative Party has always stood for social stability and the rights of property. |
The Party of Arthur Balfour, Benjamin Disraeli, Winston Churchill, and Margaret Thatcher.