Sunday, February 18, 2007

Cameron "slumping" outside London

The so-called "Cameron Effect" which the London chattering classes seem to assume as a given isn't working outside the capital.

As I've already blogged, the Tories made no progress in the local elections here in the North East in 2006, and there's little evidence that that's going to change this year.

Far from being an asset, David Cameron has been rumbled by the electorate, and could be a bigger liability to the Tories than any of his three predecessors.

3 comments:

Ian White said...

Nick, what exactly are "chattering classes"? as us Hurworth residents were recently called that by your our big leader Alan Milburns office.

Dave Davies said...

Rumbled Nick, not according to the Guardian poll tomorrow and this from an effete lefty/liberal newspaper and its middle aged, middle class, menopausal readership things are looking good.

the Darlington Tory

Darlington Councillor said...

Well, I'm a Mirror man...