Only strong medicine will cure Cameron’s Olympic hangover – Benedict Brogan – Telegraph Blogs

This is an insightful article from Benedict Brogan, the Deputy Editor at the Telegraph, in a Telegraph blog. Check it out!

Only strong medicine will cure Cameron’s Olympic hangover – Telegraph Blogs

Personally, I think that the writing is on the wall for David Cameron and George Osborne, so they really need to pull a few rabbits out of the hat pretty quickly.

What do you think?

English: David Cameron is a British politician...

English: David Cameron is a British politician, Leader of the Conservative Party (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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8 responses

  1. Mrs Thatcher was up to the job and was right for those times.

    The present trouble we are in calls for someone of extraordinary ability and sad as it is to say this, David Cameron is not that man either for the Conservative Party or more importantly, the country.

    He should be told this openly for his own good and ours and a replacement needs to be found as a matter of urgency.

    He can then go back to playing Angry Birds, going on holiday and thinking about his new UN job whilst we assume new direction and get on with our lives.

    • John, it’s a bit unfair to compare Baroness Thatcher when she was Prime Minister to David Cameron.

      Lady Thatcher had strong leadership skills and iron-hard political conviction but most important of all, she could relate to ordinary people because of her own humble upbringing. I am proud to say that I met her once and was very impressed.

      By comparison, David Cameron does not have the leadership skills & political conviction but most important of all, he is out of touch with ordinary people because of his own privileged background.

      I agree that a change at the top of the Conservative Party is urgently needed.

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  6. This is a warning to a man who is already mentally in his next big job and sadly doesn’t care or have the ability or wherewithal to get the country out of trouble.

    He has made too many promises, delivered next to nothing, failed to see the size of problems and broken his word too often.

    As I said a week ago, the Olympics and the Jubilee were and are distractions from the country’s need to earn its way out of trouble, with massively increased exports, road building, a new airport and the infrastructure that befits what should be a first World country.

    It also means massively increased productivity and a diminished propensity for “holidayitis” .
    That means much more work from David Cameron and a lot less “chillaxing”, relaxing and Angry Birds.
    Sadly, the cushion of £30 million gbp in the bank and a wealthy wife who is from the Astor family has made this man both lazy and ultra complacent.

    He needs to go preferably taking George Osborne with him, because neither of them is up to the job.

    • John,

      I can remember when the Conservative Party turned on Lady Thatcher when she was Prime Minister. Although not everybody liked Prime Minister Thatcher, she was a formidable leader and had a Cabinet team of star players.

      By every conceivable standard, David Cameron’s Government has failed in comparison.

      In my view, it’s about time for a Conservative Party coup to bring in new blood.

      What do you think?

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