"In fact Labour might do better to fight on Mr Cameron’s ground: yes, there must be cuts, it could argue, but only we can be trusted to make them humanely. That stance would help dispel the government’s reputation for profligacy, while chiming with a residual hunch that the party cares more about the public services than the Tories. For Mr Brown, that might be too humiliating and disorienting a reversal; but if he can’t manage it, his successor as Labour leader will probably have to. When that happens, British politics will have a new consensus—and it will be the opposite of the one New Labour intended."
Friday, June 19, 2009
Orthodoxy of overspending - over...
After this weeks Prime Minister's Questions with repeat after repeat of the exact same LIES even "some of Gordon Brown’s colleagues know the game is up." With the disgraceful and lying Brownstuff continuing to flow Gordon Brown would do well to read Bagehot in the The Economist this week, in the print edition but online HERE: "The end of the New Labour orthodoxy on public spending".
Posted by Span Ows at 3:08 pm