Sat 3 October 2015, The Times

Welfare cuts could still turn sour for Chancellor

By David Willetts
It was the Times obituary of Disraeli that first praised him for identifying the “angels in marble” — working-class voters with the potential of becoming solid Tories. Disraeli did not just talk about the condition of England. His great reforming government made a difference with practical measures to clear slums...
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