4 JUNE 1971, page 7

The Cabinet And Unemployment

And then, however you slice it, it's still boloney to try to pretend that the Broms- grove result was anything but a Tory dis- aster that was to be attributed to public dis-......

Bounced, Out Of Court

It was very noticeable how last week the mood of the marketeers moved daily, almost hourly, from the euphoric and ecstatic heights they achieved on Monday, when Mr Heath rose to......

Madmen, Fanatics, Saints

Tory members of parliament—possibly con- trary to the general impression—are much more susceptible to the feelings of their local chairmen, their constituents, and indeed the......

Credit Where Due

Incidentally, I'd hate the public relations firm to get the credit for all the attention paid to the piece. The credit (or blame, as some may think) should be placed firmly and......

The Elitist Ultras

But talking to some of the pro-marketeering stalwarts in his party, I derive the impres- sion that they do not really care about prices or about unemployment—or about keeping......

Pale-faced Enoch

We are now being told that the bounce is not on. I am delighted to hear it. But it certainly was on. It certainly was the very earnest hope of the senior party manage- ment that......

Spectator's Notebook

Although the New Statesman's excitable and sensation-mongering leading article on `The Royal Tax Avoiders' was not written by Dick Crossman but by former editor Paul Johnson, it......