We've seen the argument before: because Cameron was not right wing enough, he failed to achieve a majority in 2010. Patrick O'Flynn repeats it in today's Express. What they don't tell you is that he achieved the largest swing to the Conservatives since 1931.
Indeed if more right-wing measures were needed to improve the party's polling position, why is it that a reduction in the top rate of tax for all those suffering on over £150,000 per year has resulted in the first real drop in support for the Conservatives since they took over in 2010?
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