What does Mr Cameron believe in? His own ministers aren’t sure | Andrew Rawnsley | Comment is free | The Observer

This is a brilliant article from Andrew Rawnsley in the Observer. It’s a MUST READ in my view. Check it out!

What does Mr Cameron believe in? His own ministers aren’t sure | Andrew Rawnsley | Comment is free | The Observer.

Personally, I very much identified with this article.

When David Cameron first came to power, I hope that he might be a one-nation conservative or a compassionate Tory. {Open this link for more detail on my political views} Reality, as demonstrated in the above article, is that Cameron has has no convictions other than staying in office as long as possible.

As a life long Tory, I have often been ashamed by David Cameron’s leadership of both the Government and the Conservative Party.

Let me turn this to an open question:

How do you think that history is likely to remember David Cameron?

English: David Cameron, Prime Minister of the ...

English: David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative Party (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Any thoughts?

 

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David Cameron isn’t even among friends in his own cabinet now | Andrew Rawnsley | Comment is free | The Observer

This is a very good article and well worth a read. Check it out!

David Cameron isn’t even among friends in his own cabinet now | Andrew Rawnsley | Comment is free | The Observer.

Personally, I empathize with the Tory spending ministers who say that enough is enough, especially when health, overseas aid etc. remain ring-fenced. The real problem, of course, is that the Chancellor and the Prime Minister have lost both credibility and power.

The bigger question is:

Will the big spending ministers support

English: David Cameron, Prime Minister of the ...

English: David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative Party (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

a coup against David Cameron?

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