Our politicians do have experience of life outside politics. Unfortunately, it’s the wrong experience.
Posts Tagged: David Cameron
“Nelson Mandela was a hero of all time.”
Tory modernisers are guilty of their own ‘stupid logic’…
Britain should be Europe’s best-placed country to benefit from the increase in prosperity and jobs that India’s economic growth will bring.
Cameron is right to personalise his message – but he should combine it with mastery of the numbers.
John Cole was “a BBC titan.”
One million unemployed used to be intolerable. Now we barely notice 2.5 million.
Iain Dale’s Friday Diary: Russell Brand. Good taste in football teams. But when it comes to politics…
Also: dreadful policemen. Idle George Galloway. Equal Britain. Glorious Dubrovnik…and my passion for Katie Price
Those in our party who are calling for an early referendum risk undermining the Prime Minister’s clear theme for re-negotiation of “good for Europe/good for Britain”.
In It Together: Andrew Gimson reviews Matthew d’Ancona’s penetrating account of a coalition that cannot explain itself
The book provides a feast of material – and is too canny to pretend to say the last word on its topic.
Downing Street suddenly realises how this could mobilise Tory MPs against the Government, as well as potentially push some voters towards UKIP.
“Together we’ll build that land of opportunity.”
The Conservatives are seen as good for the economy – now the Prime Minister must persuade voters we are good for them and their family, too.
The death of Lady Thatcher dominated the year for Conservatives
If I were a floating voter, I think I would find these attempts to gain my support rather patronising.