He cannot wave away the possibility, even the likelihood, of recession returning before 2020.
Posts Tagged: The Coalition
Tory MPs would have forced changes to Osborne’s tax credit plan in any event. Are they really up for the tough decisions that deficit reduction requires?
Under the Coalition, progress was very slow. With a majority, it can be different. The Director of the Centre for Social Justice sums up this week’s ConHome series.
Iain Dale: Hilton’s new book. Just a talking point for the elites? I hope not – it’s better than that
It gets you thinking about why, as a society, we are becoming less human and more robotic and sclerotic by the decade.
So far, we have been lucky in our opponents. But it is down to us to keep the momentum going, and keep the other parties in disarray.
The party built itself up by being all things to all people, and was undone by power. Will it make the same mistake again?
The Communists in France. The Free Democrats in Germany. The Progressive Democrats in Ireland. And now Clegg’s Party.
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.
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.
Two-thirds now agree that the Coalition was good for the nation – the highest ever proportion.
The 290 seat Conservative Government. 3) Cameron should be ready to offer the LibDems a real Mansion Tax
In a hung Parliament in which the Conservatives are the largest party, he would need support from the Liberal Democrats once again.
Even with the economy on the up, approval ratings have remained stubbornly low.
Almost three in four believe that he will make it back to Downing Street. Over two in five think that he will head a minority government.
The two parties within the government have missed a trick, to their mutual self-harm.