Saturday, 6 October 2007

David Cameron's reaction to Brown Bottling the election.

David Cameron's reaction to Brown Bottling the election:

“The reason why the Prime Minster has cancelled this election is because the Conservative Party is making the arguments about changes this country needs and people are responding very positively to our proposals.

“He has shown great weakness and indecision - it is quite clear that he has not been focused on running the country and he has been trying to spin his way into a General Election campaign, he has now had to make a humiliating retreat.

“The big disappointment for me, and I think for millions of people in the country, is that we now have to wait for a possible two years before we can get the real change we need in our country - change to improve our NHS, change to raise standards in schools, change to give people opportunity in their lives.

“The Prime Minister says he has a vision for change - well put that vision to people in a General Election - this is not a vision for change, this is just a strategy to cling to office.”

All too true.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Gordon Brown was instructed last week by Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany not hold a General Election in November. This would have extended Westminster's life for a five year term until November 2012.

Currently the EU's Reform Treaty will come into effect on 1st January 2009; the British Constitution is abolished from that date; and under the new EU constitution there can be no more elections to our Westminster Parliament, which will therefore die naturally at the end of its current 5 year term on 5th May 2010.

It was Angela Merkel who instructed Gordon Brown to cancel the promised EU referendum on her visit to 10 Downing Street on 22nd August 2007.

David Noakes.
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