David Cameron, according to a report on Politics Home (apologies, can't link directly to the FT as I have 'exhausted' my 'freebie access'), 'promises':
"Our ambition is to build a new and better economy – where opportunity, wealth and work are spread more widely; where those who work hard and play by the rules get a good deal. There will be no short-cuts to success. But this coalition has the determination to do the right thing for our country, so that we don’t just weather the international storm – but come out stronger on the other side."
That he cannot built a new and better economy as he will not have 100% control of that economy in view of the forthcoming EU plans for economic governance and that due to our EU membership and accompanying 'constraints' those who play be the rules do not get a better deal shows that this is more 'Cameron hogwash'. That if the Conservative Party did have the determination to do the right thing for our country we would not still be encumbered with EU membership illustrates yet again that Cameron is a fraud.
If further proof of the accusation of fraud were needed, one just has to look at the phrase "where opportunity, wealth and work are spread more widely", a phrase that is pure socialism in content. Now we finally have confirmation why the sobriquet "Red Con" was orginally applied to his brand of 'Conservatism'!