Sunday 22 April 2007...
Politicians on all sides of the arena are constantly talking of the need to "have a debate" on a certain issue. Politicians then act several months later claiming that through the debate the public think this is the best interest of the country. Could someone please tell me where these debates are taking place?
"....you need to be talking about issues like immigration and law and order and crime on the streets"
When Jon Sopel raised this issue Cameron didn't even acknowledge the words immigration or crime.
As a disillusioned life-long Labour voter I started to watch Cameron to see what he had to say. Something that I would previously not have done.
However when the above mentioned issues were raised (& they are the two most important issues to me & many of my friends & colleagues) Cameron side stepped them.
How can I consider voting Tory when even they can't face the reality of what the ordinary hard working tax payer is deeply concerned about?
A chance missed I think David!
Tony Farrell, UK North West
I shall vote for any party that promises to reduce Council Tax. That mean any party other than Labour,Liberal, or Conservative.
If their is a BNP or UKIP candidate they'll get my vote.
Cameron is on about "proper behaviour" again, yet he signed up to a Parliament where bad behaviour of every kind is rife, blatant and disgraceful. He reminds me of Alf Garnet bawling at his daughter: "Don't you go bl--dy swearing my girl!" When I hear Dave take that "Honourable House" to task for ITS behaviour, I might put more store by his soundbites on the subject.
Barrie Singleton, UK
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