Sunday, May 07, 2006

If Cameron cannot win Scotland, then the Conservative Party may indeed be dead.

Blair's Labour Party depends on Scotland.

In recent decades, the Conservative Party has lost Scotland.

1951 General Election: Conservative Party MPs elected in Scotland:

35

2005 General Election: Conservative MPs elected in Scotland

1

In Scotland, Blair's Labour Party is about to suffer the same fate as the Conservatives.

The main beneficiaries will be the SNP, the Greens and the Liberals.

Neither David Cameron nor Tony Blair are likely to do well in Scotland.

"Cameron is a committed supporter of regime change in Iraq and the democratic transformation of the Middle East as a whole. All this makes him much more of a neoconservative or a liberal interventionist, than a traditional Tory guardian of the 'national interest'." http://www.socialaffairsunit.org.uk/blog/archives/000706.php

If Cameron cannot win Scotland, then the Conservative Party may indeed be dead.

aangirfan: David Cameron and the Neo-Cons

aangirfan: David Cameron, Dame Pauline Neville-Jones and QinetiQ.




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