Conservative leader David Cameron is urging other party leaders to back a plan to allow voters to sack their MPs.BBC NEWS | Politics | Cameron backs MP 'sacking' powers
"If we cannot have an election now we should start looking at recall powers," he told BBC One's Politics Show.
He also defended his own expenses claims after stories suggested he could have saved taxpayers money by paying £75,000 off his second home mortgage.
Cameron knows the economy will improve before the next election comes around and is desperate to force an election by any means during the worst period in the economy. Cameron, who has not bothered to formulate policies he would follow as PM, most likely because he knows he never will be, seems to be in a kind of desperate bargaining to become Prime Minister by any means, short of telling the public precisely what he aims to do.
To make clear how all over the board this guy I did a Google news search on "Government of Thrift". Some of you might remember this was the hot term a few weeks ago, Cameron massive plan for a Thacher like transformation of government. At the time he and the party presented this as a epoc changing concept, an entirely new way of doing government which would impact each and every person in Britain.
Well sort of seems to have faded. And I mean faded. A Google News search on Cameron's revolutionary concept "Government of Thrift" carried out of June 1 showed the last reference to the term in news was one on May 29, before that was one on May 28th but that was fairly active. Before that one was May 16th when the term was discussed by Scottish conservatives.
Cameron can introduce a radical new term intended to radically change the lives of everyone in the UK and then seem to lose interest in it. And what if he becomes Prime Minister? Will there be a "Government of Thrift" or not, what will it mean?
Oh but we already know, in the UK Tory means banker or pissed at the BNP for some reason.