Tag: david cameron
Hug + thug = bad idea
I have some practical advice to anyone who believes the best response to teenage yobbos is to hug them, as David Cameron currently seems to be suggesting – and that advice is, don't.Categorised under: London Life, PoliticalityTagged as: david cameron, hug a hoodie
Does he think we're all stupid?
During the Dunfermline by-election, the Tories put out a leaflet quoting David Cameron saying: “Issues that once divided Conservatives from Liberal Democrats are now issues where we both agree. Our attitude to devolution and the localisation of power. Iraq.”Tagged as: david cameron, Dunfermline by-election, iraq
The Mingterview (part 2)
We return to find our hero still in conversation with the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Sir Menzies Campbell, following the Mingster's keynote speech last Thursday. Will he ask a difficult question or will he roll over and have his tummy tickled? Read on to find out…Tagged as: david cameron, sir menzies campbell
On Mingness and Cameronality
So Ming scored a direct hit at PMQs today, then. He must have done, because everyone's saying he did.
Tories shoot themselves in the foot in Bromley
The shiny new Tory Party looks a little less shiny this morning, after its Bromley members last night rejected two high-fliers from David Cameron's A-List as their Parliamentary by-election candidate in favour of a middle-aged white male Freemason from Tower Hamlets who seems to represent everything the Tories are supposed to be moving away from.Tagged as: Bob Neill, Bromley by-election, conservative home, conservative party, david cameron
It's a little-known fact that Dr Vincent Cable – the Lib Dems' grimly northern, silent-movie-villain Shadow Chancellor – is actually rather buff when stripped to shorts and t-shirt. Now, before everyone hits the speed dial to the News of the World, I should say the reason I know this is that I once found myself…Tagged as: bastards who say no, civil liberties, david cameron, Dr Vincent Cable, freedom
Ming tells it like it is
Well said that man! “David Cameron’s flip-flops on policy expose his inexperience. He’s still a novice. A leader with L-Plates. “So while Conservatives may think that youth, inexperience, and naivete are the answer to their problems; I say they are not the answer to the country’s problems. “Tomorrow’s Britain needs leaders of experience, proven good…Tagged as: david cameron, sir menzies campbell
My crystal balls
I believe that two things are going to happen in British politics over the next few years. Firstly, when Blair goes there will be a backlash against young, slick media-friendly politicians. Gravitas and dourness will be in, charm and twinkling smiles will be out. It's been brewing for years and it'll take just one spark…Tagged as: david cameron, liberal democrats, sir menzies campbell