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Tuesday, 11 January 2011

How David Cameron can go down in history as a GOOD Prime Minister

He can support the House of Commons Disqualification Bill, and encourage all MPs to do the same, so that all votes by MPs would be free votes. 

Then, he can propose a one-party state so that all MPs would be subject to the same rules as regards the party they belong to because all serving MPs would find themselves in the same party, of which he would still be leader.

It is a bargain that could most certainly be made, if managed right, if Cameron wants his name to be more than a footnote in history. 

I am happy to advise him on the detail and let bygones be bygones for the good of the nation. 



http://services.parliament.uk/bills/2010-11/houseofcommonsdisqualificationamendment.html

http://conservativehome.blogs.com/parliament/2010/10/peter-bone-seeks-to-abolish-the-flatterers-cajolers-and-sometime-bullies-that-are-the-party-whips.html

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