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Chris Heaton-Harris and the Tories’ discipline problem

One of the increasingly notable (and in many ways remarkable) things about the coalition is the stark difference in the levels of party unity and discipline in the two parties. While Liberal Democrat MPs and members have committed – often selflessly – to the implementation of the coalition agreement, the same cannot be said of the increasingly fractious Conservative party. Old wounds over Europe have clearly not healed, and the salt of equal marriage and the prime minister’s commitment that this should be the greenest government ever are making many on the Conservative fringes increasingly uncomfortable.

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  • User AvatarJohn Death 24th Sep - 10:41pm
    Oh Glenn, this isn't what I was saying. There is a difference between voting behaviour in districts with grammar schools in England compared with those...
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    Alistair. I'm not saying there shouldn't be compromises. I just question the accuracy of Osborne's statement given that Cameron, PM at the time, stated that...
  • User AvatarBill le Breton 24th Sep - 10:14pm
    Tony just to make sure we agree what we are disagreeing about: I am totally opposed to Paddy's so called 'progressive platform' - see my...
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    Osbourne benefited from extremely negative and misleading campaigning and now is offering warnings having lost under similar conditions? The Remain campaign did not properly warn...
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    Glenn, many of the leavers said we would be like Norway or Switzerland. Not like Algeria.
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    I'd think that the Conservative party is more fertile ground for acolytes of Blairism. Vacuous politics only works for a limited time and even Blair's...