Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Cameron's Conservative Enemies
I've blogged before about the problems that David Cameron will encounter from his own party's right wing should he enter power. Cameron the liberal moderniser is in a minority within his own party. Now the Guardian's Michael White has written about the problem of Cameron's right-wing enemies, having been to a reception held by Stuart Wheeler (former Tory financier) and addressed by Norman Tebbit. I'm just wondering if they'll hold off even as far as the election - with the Tory lead narrowing poll by poll, there may be a renewed pressure on Cameron to radicalise his policy offerings.