Friday, October 06, 2006

David Cameron has convinced one Labour leadership hopeful

Some of us are sceptical about DC’s centrist credentials but not, it seems, Michael Meacher MP. He writes: “What's the difference between Cameron and New Labour? Where's the choice?”.

But fret not; it seems he has a cunning plan to give us more choice. In summary it is, I think, to run for the Labour leadership so that he can transform it into a party that few outside its heartlands would consider voting for. So we’d all be able to choose between Labour, Lib Dem, Green, Respect or the SWP (to name but a few) for the honour of being the main opposition party to the Tory government that would rule for the next hundred years ...


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