August 11, 2012

Tories Are the Zombie Party of the Future

Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman

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CONSERVATIVES, with their right-wing zealots, morphed into a regional, south-east of England party, have major implications for democracy in Britain. The Tory party was once the party of Britain and a British-wide party. They were the main force of emotional, instinctual and, lest we forget, intelligent unionism, which contributed much of the glue and credos which gave the UK its sense of shared values for so long.

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