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Torygraph Continues To Doubt Cameron

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Just one of a series of articles recently in the Telegraph which appear to cast doubt on David Camerons ability to deliver a decisive Conservative victory at the next General Election . Yet to read some of the posters on here one would think victory on a huge scale is little more than inevitable .

Maybe the Barclay Bros. are just trying to focus a few minds at Central Office ...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics...-the-North.html

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And that's why I like the telegraph, as much as they dislike Nu Liebour, they don't want to give; 'Call Me Dave' an easy ride.

This may have quite a bit to do with the influence over the editorail line held by Simon Heffer,an unreconstructed Thatcherite.The Tory party is re running the Old/New Labour battle.Heffer and Co. would much rather go down with the ship that give in to the PC all-embracing New Tories who they suspect may actually believe some of the stuff they are saying to try and get elected.

This is a big problem for the Tories.The old die hard right will most likely peel off in great numbers to UKIP where Farrago offers a spiritual home to the Gay bashing,Johnny Foreigner hating,on your bike,anti EU,stand on your own two feet brigade. It's going to get more interesting as the election gets closer and Dave finds nailing his colours to the mast both necessary and about as easy as nailing jelly.

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"Labour still polled better in the North, with only 33 per cent of voters backing the Tories compared with 35 per cent backing Labour"

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"While the headline figures still showed a comfortable Tory lead of 13 points over Labour, the poll, carried out for The Daily Telegraph, disclosed uncertainty among voters over the party’s policies. Nearly two thirds of those questioned were unconvinced about whether there was substance behind Mr Cameron’s words. More than half agreed that it was hard to know what the Tories stood for at the moment. "

The party conference next month will be the point they reveal policy I would have thought unless 9 months till the election is too early?

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A one term premier.

Unlikely - Liebour has no real credible figures left and will very likely descend into years of civil war post Brown getting crushed next year. Their only hope is that the electorate really doesn't realise the appalling damage Liebour have done to the UK economy fully till a couple of years into the next government. That and the massive vested interests they have sponsored as well

The real question for the Tories will be the rise of UKIP, the BNP and possibly the LibDems fully getting their act together. Cameron whether he likes it or not will have to moderate some of his more 'trendy' policies.

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Unlikely - Liebour has no real credible figures left and will very likely descend into years of civil war post Brown getting crushed next year. Their only hope is that the electorate really doesn't realise the appalling damage Liebour have done to the UK economy fully till a couple of years into the next government. That and the massive vested interests they have sponsored as well

The real question for the Tories will be the rise of UKIP, the BNP and possibly the LibDems fully getting their act together. Cameron whether he likes it or not will have to moderate some of his more 'trendy' policies.

I didn't say NuLabia would make a comeback in 2014/5.

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Guest Parry aka GOD
tory

labour

the difference

Exactly!

Vote for an independent. Someone who wants to save the village fait, or the local hall venue for the WI's jam making competition.

Would do much less harm.

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