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The Coalition worked- this doesn’t!

A tale of two Governments In 2010, after a shock result, Britain found itself Governed by a ConLib coalition. No one gave it much chance of working but it di, The Clegg/Cameron coalition brought considerable benefit to the country and … Continue reading

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We got scared

When the pencil was in my hand and I stared at those boxes, I must admit that I was scared. Not that it stopped me from voting for the party that I believed in, but because of the responsibility of … Continue reading

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Labour in a kilt? – Pensions, politics and plagiarism

The SNP’s manifesto is a pretty shameless cut and paste of labour party policy. If your hit single was covered by your biggest rival and it was they that got the royalties when it went to #1, you’d be pretty … Continue reading

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What chance have you got against a tie and a crest?

It’s one thing to see off Brown and co, holed up in the Downing Street bunker, another to beat the beastly bosh lined up in the public sector trenches. Continue reading

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All changed,changed utterly: a terrible beauty is born

The markets have consistently reacted favourably to the prospect of a ConLib Coalition.
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The day when everything changed

I may be wrong, I hope I am not wrong, tonight I am proud to be Bristish.
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The Liberals and Conservatives have to work together

Brown’s goose is cooked, his party sidelined. I see no reason for Clegg and Cameron to let them back on the pitch. Continue reading

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