When Diana called for an international ban, seven months before she died, a Tory minister accused her of being a "loose cannon".
The last few weeks, full of Labour bluster, Tory posturing, Nazi uniforms, WAGS and the Dead Clegg Bounce now seem rather trivial.
The Tory revolutionary was so punctilious and respectful of her monarch it was almost embarrassing.
Is Britain on the brink of a Tory revival that would make the Iron Lady proud?
In a surprising change-of-heart, two more Tory leaders have come out in favor of same-sex unions in the UK.
Harcourt, Sir William, his prophecy about the Tory party, 261.
Their organization was secret, with private pass-words, to protect them from Tory spies.
This reluctant concession of the leading Tory paper of England caused a great sensation.
A Tory pamphleteer of the time gives us the Loyalist view of the affair.
Nevertheless he paraded the Tory remainder of it, doubtless with the intention of awing the entire county.
1566, "an outlaw," specifically "a robber," from Irish toruighe "plunderer," originally "pursuer, searcher," from Old Irish toirighim "I pursue," related to toracht "pursuit." About 1646, it emerged as a derogatory term for Irish Catholics dispossessed of their land (some of whom subsequently turned to outlawry); c.1680 applied by Exclusioners to supporters of the Catholic Duke of York (later James II) in his succession to the throne of England. After 1689, Tory was the name of a British political party at first composed of Yorkist Tories of 1680. Superseded c.1830 by Conservative, though it continues to be used colloquially. In American history, Tory was the name given after 1769 to colonists who remained loyal to George III of England.