So Cameron wants rapid Conservative Party change. Wasn’t that meant to happen when he became leader?
I know all of this stuff about David Cameron needing to find a ‘Clause IV moment’ — something that David Cameron can do to demonstrate that the Conservatives have changed. Some people said that Cameron’s comments about UKIP earlier this week were part of it.
But since there is no Clause IV sitting there in black and white ready to be abolished, it seems as though the best he can do is just go on and on about how much the Conservative Party either needs to, is going to, or already has changed.
The thing is though, if he’s just going on and on about it all the time people will only start to think that he’s talking out of his arse. Didn’t he say the Tories changed months ago? Does that mean they didn’t change then? So how do I believe him this time?