I agree with BBC’s James Landale analysis of Cameron’s 2013 Conference speech.
James Landale’s analysis of Cameron’s 2013 Conference speech:
“It was an echo of much of what Mr Cameron said in his conference speech last year.
There was little new policy apart from the idea that unemployment benefit might be docked from the under 25s unless they are in education, training, work or an apprenticeship.
But perhaps what was most surprising was the relentless critique of Labour. Mr Cameron referred to his opponents twenty five times, more than any other of his themes or lines.”
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