I’ve already said broadly what I have to say about the Tory’s dog whistle politics regarding the embryology bill (although apparently last night’s Dispatches put a particularly sinister spin on things). My favourite example of this now has to be the fact that, in order to stave off accusations that his amendment is homophobic, Iain… Continue reading A case of Tory over-regulation?
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Can Cameron Lead the Conservatives (part 587)?
Stephen Tall has pointed me to this piece by John Rentoul on the Independent Blog: David Cameron voted against the majority of Conservative MPs who took part in the division yesterday on the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill. He was one of 37 Tories voting in favour; 49 voted against. The rest found something better… Continue reading Can Cameron Lead the Conservatives (part 587)?