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Policy-By-Policy: The Coalition Government's Plans

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We were just talking in the office about the 'common sense' approach the con-lib government are taking -

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8693832.stm

Plenty of examples of less waste, less red tape, less surveilance, less cronyism, less regulation, less daft ideas, less interference in our lives.

Time will tell how this goes, but god does this feel refreshing after living my whole adult life so far under a Labour government.

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I am old enough to remember other Labour governments. There was always the same feeling of relief when they ended. As if an irritating noise and a persistent bad smell had both just disappeared.

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The Libcon agenda is like a cappuccino, the light, fluffy stuff is at the top.

Government is easy at first when you can cherrypick the easy policies to push through.

Let us see how they do when they have to tackle more difficult and divisive issues.

Twelve months, tops.

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The Libcon agenda is like a cappuccino, the light, fluffy stuff is at the top.

Government is easy at first when you can cherrypick the easy policies to push through.

Let us see how they do when they have to tackle more difficult and divisive issues.

Twelve months, tops.

then full cons?

or labour?

either way, ruin.

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