A five point plan for David Cameron

A graphic on ConservativeHome linking to a page of analysis reads “Lessons for Cameron from Obama’s first difficult year”.  It focuses on what has gone wrong for President Obama and asks if there are lessons for David Cameron as he prepares for what he hopes will be his first twelve months in government.

Being a helpful sort, I humbly offer for consideration a five point plan for the Conservatives’ election campaign that will be led by David Cameron, and the type of government the Conservatives should form if they win:

  • Forget style and lofty rhetoric
  • Focus fully on substance, policy and honesty
  • Be representative by listening to what the people want
  • Work to deliver what the people ask for, not your personal agenda
  • Make government serve the people, not the reverse

I must be an eternal optimist to think that this could happen.  But anything less will result in government becoming increasingly disconnected from the people and see a widening of the democratic deficit.

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3 Responses to “A five point plan for David Cameron”

  1. 1 Bugger Lugs 20/01/2010 at 1:49 pm

    Call me “Dave” has as much chance of doing just that as I have of looking out of the window on the eve of the coming census, seeing a new star in the heavens and a passing heavily pregnant virgin pursued by three kings on camels.

    Cameron is a genetic clone experiment on Tony Blair and Clegg is made up from the off cuts.

    Expect nothing fro Cameron and you will not be disappointed.

    What is needed is for Brown to win, not so impossible, and finish off the UK and for the Tories actually to get around to doing what they should have been doing in the first place, oppose Labour, not copy them.

  2. 2 jameshigham 20/01/2010 at 6:22 pm

    This is indeed good advice and for that reason will be ignored. We have to make sure true conservatism gets back into action.

  3. 3 Derek Buxton 21/01/2010 at 11:33 am

    Excellent idea, but it will not happen, he is too much in love with himself.

    I shall now add your site to my favourites.

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