Sunday, September 9

Winning Doesn't Matter.

Matthew d'Ancona doesn't get it.

"Winning really matters," wrote the Tory leader in yesterday's Daily Telegraph. "Coming a respectable second will condemn Britain to five more years of waste, disappointment and failure." So obvious and yet still so often forgotten. All eyes are on Mr Cameron in the countdown to Blackpool, and rightly so. But the real question is whether his party and those who call themselves Tories want to win as badly as he does.

Yet we are told "Tories vow to match Labour spending"

No cutting back on spending and no worthwhile tax cuts. What is the point of a Tory victory?

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