This is a good article by David Davis MP, reflecting on the results of last week’s local elections where the UK Independent Party gained so strongly. It’s worth a read. Check it out!
Although a life-long Tory voter, I lost faith in the Conservative Party when David Davis failed to secure the leadership against David Cameron. At the time, I felt that David Cameron was a light-weight, privileged, and out of touch with reality of ordinary people. Regular readers of this blog will know that my misgivings about David Cameron’s leadership have increased.
We have to do more to help conventional families through the hard times, including serious tax breaks for married couples. We should start cutting taxes to regenerate the economy, indeed we should have started years ago when it had more chance of working before the election.
The UK is not part of the Euro and can easily reflate the UK economy without recourse to Berlin and Bruxelles. The question surely:
Do David Cameron and George Osborne have the stomach for a full U-turn to reflate the economy or are they just hanging on for dear life?