Labour's new, softer stance on BREXIT, announced with a new found desire to remain within the EU's Single Market and an intention to vote down the EU Withdrawal Bill, is not a policy platform designed to get the best for the UK. Instead, Labour are playing dangerous party political games with BREXIT and have been doing so since before the referendum.
When voting this May remember, if you want a mature government, that treats you as a mature individual, vote Conservative. If you believe you're better placed than government officials in London to know what's best for you and your family, vote Conservative. If you believe liberty really is a cause to get behind, vote Conservative.
If Nick Clegg really does believe drugs aren't a big deal, why doesn't he start making the case for real legalisation in a regulatory framework, protecting the consumer's health, protecting their liberty and undermining the criminal organisations that profit from the trade of illicit drugs?
Moving forward, we need to recognise the important role our nuclear deterrent plays internationally. Despite the global security environment having changed markedly since 1940, to abandon our deterrent now would only serve to undermine our own security, the security of our allies and that of liberal democracy globally.
Promoting global economic growth is clearly not on the Green agenda, and clearly they're quiet content with the notion that this might mean that people rising from the bottom to the top might have to stop.
Labour's latest policy announcement, creation of a committee of English MPs to scrutinise bills only relating to England, highlights the party's panic over the Conservatives popular English Votes for English Laws (EVEL) proposals.
17/12/2014 10:35 GMT
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