Preparing for government
Posted by Matt Walker on September 12, 2009
Expectations of a Conservative victory next May continue to gather speed. There now seems to be a general assumption that the Red Rose removal company will soon park its van at the back of 10 Downing Street, that Gordon Brown will be trotting off to the job centre, and that David Cameron will be rearranging the furniture in Number 10 and government generally.
To that effect, Laura Kuenssberg has written an interesting article on the BBC News website, after spending time with a number of key Tory advisors who were sketching out what the first year of a Conservative government might look like.
The article is also useful for you when trying to answer AS questions on what it is that Cameron’s Conservatives actually believe in. Click on the link for further information.