mcmothercruncher wrote:There was something on BBC News earlier about this - Cameron is stuck between a rock and a hard place. On the one hand, he has pressures shifting him to the left in order to try and appeal to Labour and Lib-Dem voters, but on the other he has UKIP and those within his own party, like Peter Bone, trying to push him more towards the right in order to stave off competition from more right-wing parties.
It seems to me that, some less enlightened parts of the Tory party, will be looking to re-toxify the brand in order to see off UKIP.
It's going to be delightful to watch.
I don't envy his position, really.
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