Labour investment against Tory cuts … we are the party of the many, they are the party of the few … investment in public services against a cut for millionnaires … ten per cent cuts in departments …Incidentally, some twerp on LabourList proposes that the government should "Entrench Labour policy in law". This is, of course, happening already: Harman's Equality Bill, the child poverty targets, ID cards, and various other bits of legislation are essentially an open conspiracy by Labour to tie the hands of any incoming government into the pursuit of policies they oppose. It is profoundly anti-democratic. Can you imagine the outcry if the Tories tried that trick?
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Gordon Brown, stuck gramophone
I think I can write Gordon Brown's standard answer to any PMQ now.