full of motherhood statements but weak on policy and strategy. It’s full of waffle to widen Theresa May’s appeal but light on detail. I look for the quality of the evidence and it’s missing. I would like to see bottom-up costings to support major policies and independent risk assessment and mitigation.
In the end, it will not be about the deliverables from the Conservatives but the risk of the alternatives. Expect deeply negative campaigning, with newspapers editors playing the tune of their owners.
Read the original Conservative Party Manifesto 2017 by opening this link.
Although a lifetime UK Conservative Party voter, I’m disappointed in Theresa May and her political leadership. For me, she has been strong on rhetoric and light on coordinated policy and weak on strategy.
Now we can read Theresa May’s political offering in the much awaited Conservative Party Manifesto. It seeks to widen the appeal of Theresa May with motherhood promises and distance itself from the ‘nastiness of Conservative Party’ perceived by many. May is appealing with ‘Trust Me’ campaigns. Perhaps, she’s trying to emulate Germany’s Angela Merkel, who has campaigned with ‘Angela knows best’. But Angela Merkel has delivered for many German citizens and May is untested as a political leader – in particular, her position on Brexit is deeply disturbing.
But decide for yourself, read…
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