David Cameron has been appointed the new party leader of the stagnating Tories in Britain. The Tories has decided to vote for vigor and youth, shedding the staid image that probably caused them to languish on the opposition benches for the past 3 elections, kicked in the a** by a rejuvenated Labor party under the increasingly weak reign and fast-expiring political mandate of a certain Tony Blair.
Will youth work again (as they did when they voted a youthful Blair into office last century?) in convincing the British electorate to vote Conservative in the next election? The battle begins in tomorrow’s verbal sparring match between Blair and Cameron at the weekly Prime Minister’s Questions. Lets stay tuned..