Tuesday, 5 January 2010

Why David Cameron is more of a friend to Labour than William Hague

"British politics appear more consensual than suggested by Prime Minister’s Question Time, with the Conservative Party backing Labour legislation more times under David Cameron than under his three predecessors.

Researchers from the University of Nottingham found that the Conservatives voted against the principle of only one in five pieces of government legislation since Mr Cameron’s election as leader. Under William Hague, they voted against two out of every five; and under Iain Duncan Smith and Michael Howard they opposed one in three."


We Can't Go On Like This.

We want and need REAL CHANGE, that's why you should vote for the TRUE party of OPPOSITION to the main three (Same Clothes, Different Colour) parties...BNP.

It's not just your future you should be thinking of.

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