David Cameron has an acute pair of political nostrils. And if he is sniffing the wind this morning I think I know what he will smell.Indeed, that distinctive and unpleasantly eggy aroma in the conference hall is the unmistakable whiff of poorly thought through policy. And Osborne has definitely let one go in this instance. But Cameron can't complain, he was involved in this decision too. To quote Disraeli: he who smelt it, dealt it.
Tuesday, 5 October 2010
My lazer sharp political ears smell an unpleasant message for Cameron
If the jungle drums from the Tory conference are to be believed then the writing is on the wall. In a word: Osborne has guffed. And as Iain Dale eloquently puts it: