In the past my comments about the Taxpayers' Alliance (TPA) have been mixed. Sometimes they do good work, sometimes it is a bit shoddy and their habit of not crediting anyone with previous research is annoying. At times I have also referred to them as a front organization for the Conservative Party, a moniker they have vehemently denied. Well, now we know.
The new Political Director of the TPA is to be Jonathan Isaby, formerly of the Daily Telegraph and, more importantly, of ConHome, where his arrival coincided with the site acquiring a far cosier relationship with the Conservative Party and its leadership. Any particular conclusions we can draw from that?