25 February 2009

Cameron is right on the Royal Mail


There have been comments that Cameron should be opposed to the part sell of the Royal Mail.  For what reason is not clear.  Smithson over at Political Betting and Iain Dale give similar comments.

We are entering the pre-election phase when Cameron knows that to oppose for the sake of opposition is wrong, as he himself will face similar situations in Government.   The same applies to the Government's decision not publish Cabinet minutes leading up to the Iraq war.

Cameron should oppose when it it is right to do so, but he should not be opportunistic in this critical period where he has to show he is the Prime Minister in waiting.

Let Labour stew in their own juice.

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