December 2, 2012

Britain's Tory Party Is Finished

Peter Hitchens, Daily Mail

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t is quite clear to any thinking person that the Tory Party is now a corpse. Any idea that David Cameron could or would revive it must have died at the Rotherham by-election. This astonishing result must surely be the most humiliating treatment of a major political party in modern history.

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