By so obviously funking the argument on the economy, the Leader of the Opposition leaves Cameron in command of the field.
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Cameron shouldn’t abandon his campaign on the economy and security.
The Government should return to allowing contracting out of the public system in return for a rebate on national insurance contributions.
…So many of whom are in those Northern and Midlands marginals.
Britain needs a constitutional convention – and a federal solution.
Most political messaging documents seem to be made up entirely of the language of Westminster rather than that of Wolverhampton, Waverley or West Kilbride.
Downing Street is mulling a means of putting Labour on the spot. How inspiring it would be to see evidence that it’s more than a tactical wheeze.
We need a politics and politicians who can respond emotionally as well as practically to the people’s challenge.
Over a third of their voters went with Salmond; Miliband looks peripheral in his own party; and now they have no answer on the English question.
We must enter this period of constitutional change in a positive spirit.
“Let’s keep our UK pension! Let’s keep our UK pound! Let’s keep our UK passport! Let’s keep our UK welfare state!”
He would have a chance to campaign with his Party for a fair new deal for the whole UK – one decided not by the Westminster elites but by the people.
His unilateral promise of “Home Rule” has exposed the untenable position of Labour’s Scottish and Welsh MPs.
Having created the problem in the first place, Labour failed to deliver the leadership, the troops or the strategy they promised to preserve the Union.
The Party’s plan must be pressed on Labour & the LibDems. If Scotland votes No and the Prime Minister backs off it, the SNP will be back for a second push.