David Cameron in Bury

I was delighted to be able to welcome Conservative Party Leader David Cameron to Bury today. David called into Bury town centre and chatted to local shoppers.

Published by David Nuttall

Business and Political Consultant

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  1. Hope you will take a few minutes to read my comments below, and I apologise for not being very articulate in these matters.

    I’ve been watching Nick Clegg in Burnley this morning on television and thinking what a good idea to put himself up front like that, “here in Burnley” and using people’s names when he answers their questions.

    I lived in a staunch Labour seat nearly all my life (Heywood), possibly because of this, I’ve never been that interested or “well up” on politics but I do know what happened to the MP for Bury North in recent months. Then I thought, surely Bury North would be the perfect constituency for David Cameron to visit – I’m right in saying BN used to be Conservative not that many years ago? Anyway, now I see he came last week and I missed it!

    I’m single (long divorced) and have always had to work to earn as much as possible, and I have never had any concessions. I have no children or dependants so the main concerns I have are with crime, immigration, pensions. I have always thought – very simply – that the Conservatives look after people who look after themselves; Labour look after people who don’t, or can’t. I think I still believe this which is why I’ll be voting Conservative this Thursday; the only other time I voted in a General Election was for Mrs Thatcher and I can tell you, as one Conservative in a whole company of militant Labour voters, I kept my head down!

    Anyway, sorry I’ve waffled on. I’m thinking we need a good shake up and hopefully David Cameron is the one to do it.


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