Conservative Supporter, EU Sceptic, Climate Change Sceptic - And not at all keen on Nadine Dorries
Its a good line to take.I think we are approach the point when the gloves come off. Cameron and co have been pulling punches for some time now - but its time to start hitting hard.
Visually strong, at least.
why parties value the appearance of unity is beyond me anyway, no sensible person actually expects it to exist.
Never disturb your enemies when they are making mistakes. Cameron is right to go softly. Give Labour the airwaves.
Good poster, good message!As for the Cameron approach: Tapestry has it right. I've noticed a deliberately soft approach at PMQs in particular, as keeping Brown in place is electorally beneficial, and could partly compensate for the rigged constituency boundaries by levelling the playing field to some extent.The party unity thing plays well with the electorate at large. Whether it should or not is a question; but it does anyway(!)Once it is known that Brown really isn't going, *then* Cameron can start hitting hard, as he has done in the past (which is the clue about what is happening at the moment: he chooses not to).We are indeed living in interesting times…
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