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Nick Clegg slams Conservatives for having "no clue" David Cameron resigns as MP: 'I don't want to be a distraction' The most popular day for marriage proposals is still to come Signs your new relationship is moving way too fast. A relationship therapist explains how to tell if your new romance is. DAVID Cameron was spotted dining out his former sidekick Nick Clegg Cameron & Clegg's special relationship which eventually strained as. As the extent of the shock result began to sink in, David Cameron gave which he wants to do, and renegotiating our relationship with the EU.
Miliband and Clegg should stand their ground because principle and pragmatism coincide. Cameron is the man out of time, stuck in a judgemental s. The political irony of the bribe is it creates a domestic rift between Dave and Nick and drives Ed and Nick closer together.
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Waging war on wages Wage cuts are why Tory fanatics want Britain out or isolated in Europe. In pounds and pence that means lower earnings and scrapping benefits like paid holidays. Smith the Outraged told me Jones the Pay Thief let the cat out of the bag. Plenty at the trough already Bunging MPs a hefty rise to attract people into Parliament is a bankrupt argument.
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HS2 derailed by Labour? Claret glug Austerity rarely puts Cameron off his booze, the PM popping into a Commons dinning room for a subsidised glass of claret and plate of roast beef most Wednesday lunch times.
Jeremy Hunt criticising the NHS, again, smells of a co-ordinated Tory scam to undermine public support and divert blame from his own disastrous plans. Slippery Cameron is a con man who points the finger when he should look in the mirror. Lib Dem front bencher Norman Lamb explained to Poloff the party's thinking about participation in any possible governing coalition, should neither Labour nor the Conservatives win an outright majority in the next election: If there is no clear majority in Parliament after the next elections, Lamb said the Lib Dems stand to gain the most by an informal arrangement whereby the Lib Dems could select and negotiate support for various policies, as they do not see the benefit of a more formal coalition arrangement.
Lamb admitted, however, that a coalition with Labour under new, non-Brown leadership had not been ruled out. Lamb said Clegg thinks Cameron is dismissive of him and Clegg refused an "aggressive" invitation to dine at Cameron's house.
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Upgrading Cable 5. In order to translate the public's recent faith in Cable's views on the economy into support for the broader party, the Lib Dem leadership plans to work improving Cable's Lib Dem "branding.First conference with David Cameron and Nick Clegg in the Downing St Garden 12 May 2010 (1 of 3)
The Lib Dems strategy had been to attack Cameron on these lines and make much of his insulated, upper class persona. However, the death of Cameron's son Ivan not only eliminated these vulnerabilities in the eyes of the public but also made the media skittish about character attacks that Cameron does not have experience of real life.
David Cameron stuck in judgemental 1950s with tax breaks for married couples
Mackenzie said the Lib Dems are still recalculating, but their attacks on the Conservatives will have to be focused on the issues, especially the enduring perception that the Conservatives cannot be trusted to run the economy and ensure social equality.
Saunders and Mackenzie agreed that Labour would like to hold off calling for general elections until Spring in the hope that the media's undeclared but apparent gentle approach with Cameron after his son's death will have subsided.
Swinson said the appointment of a Presidential Climate Change Envoy was "a good thing" and hoped it would mean serious deliverables at the Copenhagen conference.
Moore thought relations between the U.
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Former Democratic Party chairman Howard Dean's presence at the Lib Dem conference, as well as his delivery of a keynote address on liberal politics, gave the conference a decidedly more pro-American tone than past Lib Dem conferences have had.
Party leader Clegg's main speech closing the conference appealed directly to voters dissatisfied with Labour and the Conservatives, telling them they should look to the Lib Dems for change and new answers: Clegg ended by calling on voters to take a "leap of faith" with the Lib Dems. A leap, however, that the UK media's reporting on the conference argued might still be a jump too far for most voters as long as the Lib Dems continue to lack a galvanizing issue or policy that demonstrates "new thinking" and would justify turning away from the UK's two main parties.