#Cameron back-tracks (again) and won’t allow #voters to sack their MPs (#uk #politics)

14 Feb

Order Of Truth

govtwtsAs part of the Conservative manifesto, and the coalition agreement with the Liberal Democrats, Cameron pledged to allow voters to sack MPs they had lost confidence in.

David Cameron and George Osborne have refused to carry out their obligation and refused to include the necessary legislation in the last Queens speech, the Independent reports in an exclusive.

In effect, they have killed their commitment and (again) back-tracked on a commitment within their manifesto on which they tried to win the last election.

Nick Clegg tried to get the policy included in the last legislative session before next year’s general election, but was vetoed by the Conservatives.

It seems that once the Conservatives realised the implications on their own party, and the exposure of incompetence and corruption within its own ranks, the Conservatives first tried to water down the original promise, later ignoring all calls to introduce it.

The 2010 manifesto…

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