The conspiracy to bring down Prime Minister David Cameron
At last the Tory party have cottoned on to the thoughts and feelings of the vast majority of UK voters who are trying to make sense of some of the prime ministers impulsive and ridiculous decisions, which at times seem to be crazy and irresponsible.
Giving vast sums of Tax payers money away to consultants and foreign countries and committing us to more of the same for the next 20 years whilst everyone here, apart from the Banks, energy/fuel suppliers, large super market owners and MP's are suffering financially.
And for increasing the public sector net debt which now stands at £1.1 trillion, up from £811 billion since Mr Cameron entered Number 10.
MP Adam Afriyie, a self-made millionaire who founded his own IT business, has been carefully cataloging signs of Tory discontent. Friends say he has a database of MPs prepared to defy Mr Cameron and possibly put their names to a letter demanding a vote of confidence.
His work has been underway since last summer. In particular, he has focused on MPs sitting for marginal seats who may be growing increasingly anxious about their chances of surviving the next election. “It’s the 'no-change, no-chance’ group,” one says. “Those who believe that they are doomed with Dave.”
Mr Afriyie’s allies insist that far from being a pawn in someone else’s leadership gambit, he has been working for months to build up an organization. He has told friends that he wants Mr Cameron ousted before 2015, is preparing for that eventuality, and has something to offer his party. Read more....
David Cameron will be a brilliant former Prime Minister
What will David Cameron be like at being an ex-PM? Brilliant, I suspect. Cameron is a curious blend. In one sense he is ultra-competitive, when it comes to, say, tennis, or even table tennis. And yet he is otherwise so relaxed that one wonders how much he really even wants the job of PM, beyond needing to tick the box that says "leadership of medium-sized country". Being entirely comfortable in his own skin will probably serve him exceptionally well when he does leave Number 10, even if it leads to mixed results now.
Of course, Cameron says his departure is all simply ages away. He wants to carry on for years and years, although he would say that. It is what PM's say when asked, otherwise they know they will be parked in the departure lounge and their party will begin to think about alternatives. Of course, Cameron can still win in 2015, although with every passing month that the government's difficulties become more entrenched it becomes less likely.....Read more