Despite rows on grammar schools, it's a good week to be a Conservative


Two Liberal Democrat councillors on Oxford City Council have this week joined David Cameron's Conservatives. No Tory has sat on Oxford since 2002, so this is a massive coup.

Meanwhile, Matthew Green, the former Lib Dem MP for Ludlow, has announced that he is to stand down as the party's parliamentary candidate with immediate effect. And the left-wing, but popular Lib Dem MP for Harrogate, Phil Willis, is also retiring. Both will have had thousands of 'personal votes' between them which the Lib Dems can now kiss goodbye. Looks like we're returning to two-party politics - at last!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

LD Voice having a bad day!