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For proper conservatives the Tory Party has become the enemy

The Chairman of the Bow Group says the party no longer stands for anything at all

By Benjamin Harris-Quinney  

Conservative Party leader David Cameron delivers a speech during a visit to Marston's Brewery, Staffordshire, as part of his election campaign.

When the Chequers White Paper was announced a long standing Conservative Party member said to me: “I sat through modernisation, I sat through gay marriage, I sat through council tax rises and a decline in services, I sat through a doubling of the debt, social care tax and even a proposed rise in general taxation, but if the Conservative Party makes a fudge of…

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