Friday, January 14, 2011

Being told what to do by Baroness Warsi

Commenting on Sayeeda Warsi's interview on Today today, George Eaton of the New Statesman says:
Even before today, Warsi was far from adored by Tory activists, many of whom resent being lectured by an unelected peer.
What kind of Conservatives are these? Being told what to do by an unelected peer should give any consistent Tory a little erotic thrill.

As I have argued before, the right-wing of the Conservative Party now owes nothing to traditional British Conservatism.

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