The Labour leader’s speech is typically confused. Here are the key questions it raises.
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If the Conservatives doesn’t win a majority in 2015, one of the reasons will be their 2011 decision to stick with First Past The Post.
Three out of five Tory members believe that overseas aid money should be used to tackle Britain’s flood damage
But over a third do not. Indeed, the proportion holding that view constitutes almost two in five activists.
Tory voters are even willing to keep Clegg on if it means preventing Labour’s return to government.
Voters deserve the chance to see the two potential Prime Ministers go head to head. (If they don’t want to, they can always plump for the off switch.)
“I nearly choked on my bacon roll when I heard Nick Clegg wanted a debate on the EU.”
If the Deputy Prime Minister really wants a debate on Europe, let the Foreign Secretary give him one. Furthermore, both men could clear up a few mysteries…
The last thing young people need is a legalisation experiment foisted on them by ageing libertarians.
A nation gets the government it deserves, it is said – what do we get if voters just shrug?
John Redwood is second, Andrew Mitchell third…and Nigel Farage scores a mere 5 per cent.
Carswell abandons rebellion – because a Conservative victory in 2015 is the only way Britain can leave the EU
A major change is underway in euroscepticism – flamboyant but futile cavaliers are being replaced by roundheads who want to win this war.