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Cameron outflanked on the right

It's happened. There are now parts of the Liberal Democrats which are further to the right than David Cameron: Cicero is lambasting the boy king for his support of relative poverty, describing it as capitulation rather than triangulation.

This country does not need more of the same- it needs a radical deregulation and much clearer limits to the power of the state.

Yes indeed. We now have three big-government parties none of which seem to have any concept of how to deal with the problems the country is facing.

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How do you express your disgust at all three main political parties at the Ballot Box? David Cameron seems to think that we should hold our nose and vote Conservative regardless!
Dec 5, 2006 at 4:43 PM | Unregistered CommenterSnafu
It's a conundrum isn't it? I'm clear that I'll vote UKIP in Euro-elections, but for the UK parliament there doesn't appear to be a choice that makes any sense. Is Cameron lying to get votes? Are the LibDems socialists or liberals? It's anyone's guess. I wonder if "None of the above" is the only option to make sense.
Dec 5, 2006 at 7:06 PM | Registered CommenterBishop Hill

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