Making hard calls on major issues – the Tory strategy for re-election – Telegraph Blogs

Ed Miliband. („Ed's speech on how we need fund...

Ed Miliband. („Ed’s speech on how we need fundamental change in the Labour party to win again.“) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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This is a good article from Benedict Brogan, the Deputy Editor of the Telegraph. Check it out!

Making hard calls on major issues – the Tory strategy for re-election – Telegraph Blogs.

I particularly like the following questions posed by Benedict Brogan:

If the question for Mr Miliband is: “What is Labour for when the money runs out?”, for Mr Cameron it is: “How do you govern with no money?

Personally, I have never been impressed by the record of Messrs. Cameron and Osborne and I still really struggle to see this team leading the Tories to an election win.

Any thoughts?

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  4. As you know, I struggle with the idea that zero growth is a bad thing. Could we not settle for a steady state economy? However, I have to agree that the present leadership is coming over as being too indecisive and both DC and GO have made all sorts of silly promises that we all knew from the start could not be kept. As for BJ . . I fear one thing with him and only one: he clearly seeks power and that is, I feel, dangerous. Having said that, if it is a choice of Labour under EM or the Tories under DC then the latter is the lesser of the two evils.

  5. With their present policies they are leading us into a Japanese decade of “Year Zero”,our competitiveness is destroyed but they do nothing to rebuild it and on present form they are unelectable and will lose because they have failed to act decisively enough or fast enough to cut the deficit and at the same time create inward investment and export led growth to replace the non jobs in the public sector.

    With Boris and a new aggressive approach they might stand a chance but the present bunch of lightweights need to be removed now before it is too late.

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