Friday, May 20, 2005

More Shuffling of Cards

George Osborne The Younger, has said he will not stand for party leader, which probably means that he will provide backing for David Cameron.
Mr Cameron, who is believed to be Michael Howard’s favoured choice, has played down talk of the leadership but has been careful not to rule out standing.
If he has any sense, he will accept that his age means that chances in the Future will be better.

The saga of William Hague should be a warning to those that wish for a wet behind the ears leader. Thrown into battle before he was ready, one of Parliaments finest was wasted before he had a chance to mature.

Experience and the credibility that comes with maturity is essential for anyone wishing to take on either the battle hardened Tony Blair or his likely successor self proclaimed prudent Chancellor, Gordon Brown.



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