On every statement apart from one, 83 per cent or more of Labour MPs agree (the exception being whether Britain is a united country, where there is a 59 to 41 per cent split).
By contrast, on several key questions Tory MPs are deeply divided. For instance, against the view of Mr Cameron, just 46 per cent of Tory MPs agree that gay couples should have the same rights as heterosexual couples, with 54 per cent disagreeing. For comparison, 83 per cent of Labour MPs and 92 per cent of Lib Dems agree.
Similarly, there is a 52 to 48 per cent split among Tories on whether â€œthe diverse mix of races, cultures and religions now found in our society has improved Britainâ€. By contrast, 92 per cent of Labour MPs agree, as do all Lib Dems surveyed. And while Labour MPs are virtually unanimous (94 per cent) in agreeing that â€œone of the things that would most improve life in Britain today is people being more tolerant of different ethnic groups and culturesâ€, that is the view of only 67 per cent of Tory MPs.
Once again, I have to ask: who is leading the Conservative Party? Certainly not David Cameron.