David Cameron prepares for hung parliament as lead narrows | Politics | The Guardian
David Cameron has established a special unit to prepare for a hung parliament, amid growing fears among senior Tories that they will struggle to win an overall Commons majority.
As Conservatives gathered tonight in Brighton for their last conference before the general election, shadow cabinet ministers voiced fears that a narrowing in the polls had highlighted major weaknesses in the party's election strategy.
One influential member of the shadow cabinet reflected the jittery mood following a series of mistakes and policy confusions. "What's going wrong with our campaign?" the shadow cabinet minister asked. "Are we just making the odd mistake, or is there a deeper problem?"
Oh just come out and say it, Cameron is clearly not up to the job. His management of this election scares me about what kind of leader he would make.
The last one was calling for a bullying investigation right after the National Bullying Hotline fiasco. That was just one in a long line of poor judgment calls that raise serious doubts about Cameron.