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David Cameron is making a speech to Demos this afternoon in which he will set out the four aims of "Progressive Conservatism" as:

  • a fair society
  • a green environment
  • safety for citizens
  • equal opportunity

The Evening Standard characterises the speech as being designed to show the party’s desire to "use Conservative policies to achieve traditionally
Left-leaning ends such as the abolition of child poverty and increased
social mobility", thereby attempting to appeal to Labour and Lib Dem-inclined voters.

Tim is going to be attending the speech, so check back here later for full coverage and analysis of what David Cameron has to say.

Update: Tim has posted here.

Jonathan Isaby

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