Might the “wasted vote” argument loosen its limiting grip on UKIP and the Greens?
Posts Tagged: Coalition
Strong victories for strong leaders are usually the hallmark of a crisis, not of a successful country (which the UK surely is).
Adam Afriyie MP: Why these bad results for the Conservatives? Because of the Westminster party establishment
Many feel that the Tories have drifted away from their small-c conservative roots. I feel that too.
…and about time, too – it’s a good idea and a potential vote-winner.
It was one thing to have a new constitutional arrangement for five-year terms in 2010. It may be another if everyone is tired, unhappy and rebellious in 2015.
“We will hold it by the end of 2017.”
The traditional function of the third party in British politics has been to sweep up the protest vote, thus protecting the parties of power
With Putin on the march, defence cuts biting and much of the Middle East in turmoil, is Coalition foreign policy fit for purpose?
Tax cuts, profit-making schools, health insurance, seven new airport runways and the abolition of DECC – why isn’t Jeremy Browne a Tory MP?
The Prime Minister implies the Lib Dems are blocking proposals to help upland farmers.
Michael Gove’s former Special Adviser aims a broadside at the Lib Dems’ slapdash policy-making.
And the percentage opposing a deal with the LibDems? 92 per cent.
The Party as a whole should have a say in whether what is on offer is acceptable, if that happens.
Four out of five Party members believe an In/Out EU Referendum should be a second Coalition red line
Cameron’s options for a second term of government with Clegg are narrowing.
Nick Clegg’s original proposals were a sham – a new Recall Bill must give true power to the people.