It’s been a while now since the General Election.
The ConDem coalition seems to have settled in and the world hasn’t come to an end, at least not yet.
What has been fascinating is the size, speed and range of political and economic reform that the new partnership wants to force through.
The criticism of the Tories before the election was that they didn’t have any policies. Again and again we heard that ‘Call me Dave’ had no substance, that there was nothing behind the rhetoric but it seems that there was… they were just keeping it a secret!
So, now the excitment and hullabaloo of the election is over and the government has settled in, a question.
Is this what you voted for?
You see, I voted Lib Dem. Mostly because I didn’t want to vote for the Labour candidate in our constituency. I voted for them because of their manifesto, their history of trying to champion fairness and human rights, their opposition to Trident…
That’s not what I got in return for my vote. But then those who voted Tory didn’t get what it said on the tin either.
And we all seem to be ok with this…