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Questions for the The Conservative Party - The Above Politics Show interview

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posted on Oct, 13 2008 @ 07:44 AM
The Above Politics Show is lining up an interview with a Prospective Parliamentary Candidate from The Conservative Party and we want your questions.

posted on Oct, 13 2008 @ 02:31 PM
What are the conservatives going to do about mass immigration, and how do they propose to go about it.

Will the conservatives continue the nanny state?

Will the conservatives be able to implement economic policies that do not result in higher taxes, and how will they overcome the mess made by Labour.

Will the conservatives trim back the management heavy NHS and local authorities to improve efficiency and move the focus back to patients and treatments and what will they do about the NHS postcode lottery?

Will the conservatives be able to bring down electric/gas prices by methods such as capping increase rates to a reasonable level such as they have in other European countries.

Will the conservatives get us out of Iraq and Afghanistan, and will they undertake NOT to promote foreign adventures simply for political expediency?

Those will do to be going on with

posted on Oct, 13 2008 @ 04:50 PM
Id like to ask:

A) If there is any hope at all of the Conservatives reinstating their commitment to academic selection and the building of more Grammar schools across the country? If not why not?

B) How would a Cameron / Osbourne Administration have handled the economic crisis differently to Gordon Brown?

C) A shadow cabinet full of Old Etonians is clearly not representative of the country as a whole. Can you explain why you think this isnt an issue?

D) Could you highlight which policies of the modern Conservative party could traditionally be considered 'conservative' in principle?

E) Should the Conservatives win the next election will they make any attempts to repeal some of the Nanny state legislation of the Labour Government? For example putting Fox Hunting and the Smoking Ban to a free vote?


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