Friday, 26 September 2008

An unguarded moment

Back to song titles already!

I'm prepared to accept that Andrew Mitchell didn't quite mean this to sound as callous as it does, although he should have been more careful in his choice of words.

I'm more interested in this bit, when he says: "It [Conference] is an opportunity for us to explain how Conservative policies offer the best prescription for some of the ills that are besetting Britain at the moment.... We want to be absolutely clear what we do and how we would do it for Britain."

I'll be on policy watch next week.

For those of you who want to know what to look out for, here are some of the tough questions Cameron should be answering.

10 comments:

Terry said...

Kerry

I see you're still at it, the tide is getting ever higher, soon you will sink. How's the Windfall Tax for utilities coming along?

Northern Lights said...

Not seen the latest opinion polls then? But who wants to let facts interfere with a good rant eh.

Terry said...

and??

Northern Lights said...

What a convincing riposte...one that must have taken considerable thought and devastating wit.

Terry said...

Northy

You poor old doctrinated soul, a draw against the Faroe Islands, need to to qualify old thing. Wake up Sunny!

Northern Lights said...

I'm neither poor, old or doctrinated...but I do have soul ;)

Kerry said...

Would that be Northern Soul?

Northern Lights said...

Wasn't that a Verve album?

Kerry said...

I was thinking more along the lines of Wigan Casino. Showing my age!

Terry said...

Well why did Gordy go to the States? I suppose an agreement will eventually emerge but at what cost? It's a great shame that obvious greed and arrogance became the new tool of Labour. It's now a blunt instrument.