'Change for change's sake is a vacuous process, swiftly seen through by the electorate... We should beware of over-reliance on opinion surveys and focus groups. They may help to sell products. They rarely assist in selling principles. And they can seriously mislead.'As the BBC article, trailing a piece in the Telegraph, helpfully reports, Michael Ancram stood down from the Tory front bench following the election of David Cameron to the leadership.
Monday, September 03, 2007
Cameron's been accused of pulling to the right, but now Michael Ancram has joined in, claiming that he isn't doing enough. He's launched his own plan to revive the Tory Party by exposing its soul. Are we ready for anything that black?