Tag Archives: David Cameron

Posturing, positioning and electioneering

Posturing, positioning and electioneering Derek Turner anticipates a possible transformation of the political landscape As the general election campaign limps into its last months, politicians have been working hard to sway what is expected to be an unusually unpredictable race. … Continue reading

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The enthralled Tories

The enthralled Tories DEREK TURNER David Cameron’s crusade to legalize “gay marriage” has been superficially successful – at least until it gets to the House of Lords – but it has alienated and puzzled many natural conservatives. Despite many months … Continue reading

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Cameron and contingent conservatism

Cameron and contingent conservatism This is the first post of the year, for which apologies, but there will be lots more material soon. This is my latest article for the University Bookman (Russell Kirk’s magazine, presently edited by Gerald Russello) … Continue reading

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The UK’s EU problem

The UK’s EU problem When David Cameron stood at the House of Commons dispatch box on 12 December to defend his decision to opt out of the EU plan for closer fiscal union to prop up the Euro, it aroused … Continue reading

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