Dogma and Disarray: Cameron at Half-Time

Dogma and Disarray Cameron at Half Time Compassionate caring green this is how David Cameron presented himself before the election Once in Downing Street he threw off his disguise The laid back old school Tory emerged as the leader of a

  • Title: Dogma and Disarray: Cameron at Half-Time
  • Author: Polly Toynbee David Walker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Compassionate, caring, green this is how David Cameron presented himself before the election Once in Downing Street, he threw off his disguise The laid back old school Tory emerged as the leader of a party on a break neck mission to fulfil Margaret Thatcher s vision Polly Toynbee and David Walker, previously sharp dissectors of the Blair and Brown record, report that dCompassionate, caring, green this is how David Cameron presented himself before the election Once in Downing Street, he threw off his disguise The laid back old school Tory emerged as the leader of a party on a break neck mission to fulfil Margaret Thatcher s vision Polly Toynbee and David Walker, previously sharp dissectors of the Blair and Brown record, report that despite confusion and economic failure the Tories core commitment is unchanged Looking in detail at the government s policies during their first two years in power, Toynbee and Walker warn in this lively analysis that by the next election the welfare state may be in irrecoverable ruins unless the Tory mission to downsize and diminish the publish realm is brought down first by Cameron s incompetence.

    One thought on “Dogma and Disarray: Cameron at Half-Time”

    1. Good examination on the current government - the chapter on Michael Gove's ripping apart of the educational system like a bull in a china shop, because Cameron isn't especially interested in education, was the best.

    2. Very comprehensive take-down of the Coalition's record in office, clearly argued but extensively backed-up with footnoted data. A brilliant overview of the disaster overtaking the UK currently.

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