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Our party has known great, great days. But we have no God-given right to survive, let alone to succeed. Francis Maude#Alone 68
Francis Maude#Alone 68
The problem we have is not Labour, in however it is configured. Francis Maude#However 67
Francis Maude#However 67
We said in our 21st Century Party paper there are 61 mosaic groups, which the market research people use as different socio-economic categories and half of our members come from just five of those groups and that is very narrow - too narrow. Francis Maude#21st 64
Francis Maude#21st 64
I feel fantastically excited that we have a leader who fought for the leadership without compromising his quite challenging view that the party has to change. Francis Maude#Leadership 53
Francis Maude#Leadership 53
Our members are very much maligned. Obviously the average age is 60 something, but they all have children and grandchildren, they understand what we need to do, they want to win. Francis Maude#Age 52
Francis Maude#Age 52
Our party believes in diversity, not uniformity. Francis Maude#Believes 49
Francis Maude#Believes 49
It is simply the view, and a view I think shared by most members of the party, that it is very difficult to have a leader that does not command the support of the parliamentary party. Francis Maude#Command 43
Francis Maude#Command 43
The party at its best has always been a modern party. Francis Maude#Best 40
Francis Maude#Best 40
If we want to change what people think of us, then we have got to change. Francis Maude#Change 38
Francis Maude#Change 38
For the most part our grassroots members are serious, nice, tolerant people. Francis Maude#Grassroots 29
Francis Maude#Grassroots 29
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