David Cameron has made a principled and correct stand over press freedom, it is a stand that had to be made but has he got the balls to call the bluff of Clegg and Miliband who believe me are not talking about Freedom of the Press, the Lib Dem and Labour Parties are about protecting the left-wing ruling Liberal elite!
A win for David Cameron in the debate and vote on press freedom on Monday would be spectacular but a loss could be a new beginning, a distancing from the Lib Dem’s and the chance to showcase a whole vista of Conservative policies to kick start this country!
In an article below from the Mail, a surprisingly left-wing leaning article, the whole scenario is discussed with an assumption that a loss in the vote tomorrow could end up with Clegg and Miliband in Downing street which is far from the case.
The Mail article also paints David Cameron as moving to the Right and a Lib Dem/Labour coalition as a centre ground administration, well well, simply nonsense as David Cameron has been pulled way over to Left of Centre by the Lib Dem’s, he has to move sharply Right to reoccupy the Centre Ground and we should remember, the bulk of the UK population is still, despite all the efforts of the previous Blair/Brown administration, Right of Centre.
The Lib Dem’s and Labour tell people they are of the Centre Ground but in reality it is a confidence trick, they have lifted the Centre Ground and placed it over to the far Left but if you tell the people often enough that you are of the Centre Ground they will start to believe you but a Lib Dem/Labour coalition will be the end of real democracy and freedoms in this country, full integration into the European Union, high taxation, high spending and high immigration to cement a Left-Wing bias in the UK electorate, not forgetting a probable move to a Proportional Representation (PR) voting system so that they cannot be voted out, which is what PR is about!
Read the article then carry on reading and see if you agree with me
Daily MailEd and Nick in No10? Yes, tomorrow’s vote could mean more than just a new …Daily MailBut Ed Miliband does not really mind, even though he failed to win his predicted majority. For the date is May 12, 2015 and he has returned Labour to pow …
Interesting stuff but it does provide, an unexpected, opportunity for Cameron to re-establish his leadership and a true Conservative agenda which would capture the imagination of the country, a loss in the Press Freedom debate and vote tomorrow does not necessarily lead to a Lib Dem/Labour coalition, it could lead to minority government, even there the numbers can be in Cameron’s favour, it could lead to a general election but it does not mean the Conservatives will lose because there is everything to play for, including our country, freedoms and democracy if Cameron can sell the truth but does he have the vision and imagination to recognise the opportunity with the courage and balls to follow it through.
People will say that David Cameron would be gambling with the future of this country but if he continues to be strangled and restrained by the Lib Dem’s he will lose the next general election and I think most people will realize that there is no future as a major country for the UK under either the Lib Dem’s, Labour or any combination.
Come on, what are your views
Daily MailDave knows he’s on to a winner when Nick’s hacked offDaily MailCameron had been intending to work on his remarks after calling Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband to tell them that he was terminating the discussions. But Clegg insisted on coming to …
Telegraph.co.ukFriends: The One with… Nick in a HuffTelegraph.co.uksaid Nick, as he charged through the security gates between the Cabinet Office and No 10. “Friends … “Why did you get in such a huff with Ed and me about the press? You like … “ …
Telegraph.co.ukTrue Tory policies are the way to head off UkipTelegraph.co.ukWe have voiced the concern that failure to project the right sense of priorities risks alienating traditional Tory voters and costing Mr Cameron the next election. The ICM . …
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An article below, about what you would expect from the New Statesman, hammers David Cameron and the coalition without really touching on the fact that this is a coalition with the Lib Dem’s being a major influence, most of the major U-Turns with in the coalition government have been caused by Lib Dem meddling and Left-Wing ideology.
The New Statesman fails to recognise this and also accuses David Cameron of failing t restrain his, so called, Right-Wing element but there is no Right-Wing element in the Conservative Party, just the politics of common sense, this Right-Wing element, as called by The New Statesman actually truly represents the bulk of the UK electorate but that is uncomfortable for the Left-Wing press!
The feeling grows that David Cameron is a leader with nothing left to sayNew StatesmanOnly when sleaze comes in clusters, as in the last years of the Major government, do private vices swing public opinion. The same is true … The weapon that Downin …