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The smoother the co-operation between Number 10 and the ’22 is if such a plan is put, the more likely it is to pass.
“I’m not gagging for power for power’s sake,” he tells Andrew Marr.
The proportion of Party members expecting a second Coalition with the Liberal Democrats hits a record high
And the percentage expecting Cameron to return to Number Ten falls slightly.
“We would insist that a stability budget would be introduced within fifty days to make sure that we balance the books… in a fair way.”
In the heady days of the AV referendum, some claimed compromise was what excited voters. Try arguing that now.
Election results tend to leave out the people who didn’t vote. Here’s what happens when you leave them in.
If he stays in Number Ten, Cameron must change – by sharing power with his top team. Brady should be Chief Whip.
The governing duopoly of the Prime Minister and Chancellor should be replaced by a collegiate top team – including the present ’22 Chairman as a new Chief Whip.
David Jones MP: In any post-election Coalition negotiations, the Right’s voice must be heard. Send for IDS and Grayling.
The former Welsh Secretary says that Cameron must include a broader group of people in any talks this time round – including Iain Duncan Smith and Chris Grayling.
Through the mass of parties, we can see the contours of two opposed and increasingly solid political blocs composed along traditional lines.
How could the Conservatives get by without a majority and outside a coalition? With equal parts of humility and clarity.
Confidence in Cameron returning to Downing Street hits an all-time high in our survey. But watch the small print…
…Because only a third of Party member respondents expect the Conservatives to win over 300 seats.
The Fixed Terms Parliament Act just adds to the questions swirling around the forthcoming election.
True to Lib Dem form, Paddy agrees with Ken on the need for proportional representation and Michael on the threat of the SNP.
With poor prospects for a new coalition, effective minority government or a second election, public disillusionment is set to rise.