Ex-deputy leader Michael Ancram says we conservatives should: "begin to unveil the party's soul based on those core values, principles and beliefs that form the timeless make-up of that Conservative soul." On tax incentives for marriage, he claims the policy of treating same-sex civil partnerships equally "insults the intelligence of the British people". Wake up Michael, it's 2007! not 1907!
Seeing as he stepped down from the front bench following Mr Cameron's election as leader in 2005, I think we can assume that there is no love lost between them. Labour are using every opportunity to throw the public off the real issues being discussed by asking which way the conservatives are swinging (see previous post).
We can do without infighting and members of our own party doing Labours work for them.