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Bless him. Ming Campbell has clearly been getting forgetful in his old age. His official website claims that, with regards to a televised debate during the General Election, "David Cameron is a Johnny-come-lately on this issue." Further, he says that "I wrote to both David Cameron and Gordon Brown challenging them to a TV debate in June this year."

I'm afraid David Cameron is not a "jolly come lately", Sir Menzies. That label would apply to you. Before he (and long before you) became a political party leader, David Cameron called for a debate between Prime Minister and Opposition Leader(s). On the BBC Question Time Conservative Leadership Debate on November 3rd, David Cameron explicitly said, "I think it's great that the BBC is hosting the debate, and I hope it's the precursor between whichever one of us wins and the leader of the Labour Party, whoever that is, at the time of the next General Election, live on British television."

So there.

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    The Sixties saw the rise of the New Left - Cultural Marxists who knew that their economic theories were dead, but understood that they could still disrupt culture and society by covertly infecting its institutions. Sadly, they succeeded, and the result is the Permissive Britain we see today. Conservatives must wage a culture war to bring back the values of respect, duty, nationhood and prudence that, when coupled with enterprise and freedom, are the surest conditions of progress and stability.


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