This is David Cameron’s idea of a ‘One Nation’ Conservative government

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5 thoughts on “This is David Cameron’s idea of a ‘One Nation’ Conservative government

  1. philipburdekin

    when will he realise that he hasn’t got a clue about running a country, him and his cohorts are killing the Britain that we all love. Can he not be voted out of office or a vote of no confidence in him as PM.

    1. Malcolm MacINTYRE-READ

      To change the Coalition creation of fixed 5-year General Elections requires ⅔s of the 650 MPs = 434 to vote for an earlier date, while a vote of no confidence needs a straight majority, of 326, against 312 Cons & 8 DUUPs.

      The first is highly unlikely, but the second becomes increasingly possible, especially if complaints to MPs in Con marginals, about the detrimental effects of Con Gov policies, increase. But it will still require all Opposition MPs to be willing to work together, which currently doesn’t look as if that would necessarily be the case.

      As to One Nation, everyone I know, who had the slightest political interest, said, when our Dave made that announcement, “One Con Nation”. When will he realise that the majority of ordinary citizens see any statement he makes as nothing but meaningless PR farce?

      1. Mike Sivier Post author

        That’s 330 Cons and 8 DUPs, Malcolm.
        Even for a vote of no confidence, you’d need to persuade 13 Cons/DUPs to support it.
        Good luck with that!

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