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General Election 2010: Forget Brown, Is It Time For Cameron To Go?

Thorpe Groyney

Open your mind
Nov 20, 2008
Surely it's plain to see?
Interesting reading in the early edition of the Daily Telegraph. Latest MORI poll shows the following standings:

Conservative 37%
Labour 32%
Liberal Democrat 19%
Others 12%

That would certainly mean a hung parliament. The Conservatives had a seemingly uncatchable lead of between 15-18%, just prior to the party conference season last autumn, and were dead certs to return to power.

In the intervening period, though, David Cameron has said little and, it seems, done less, while in the meantime it appears some media stories focusing on Gordon Brown personally has backfired.

From what appeared to be a position where they could not possibly lose, the Cameron led Tories could be sleepwalking into not only a hung parliament, but a hung parliament led by Gordon Brown if the current slide in poll ratings continue.

If a hung parliament happens, whether it's led by Conservatives or not, should Cameron go?