I have said in two Conservative conferences that we will not solve our problems without some redistribution of wealth - whether by taxation or by putting more money in the economy - even if it means inflation.

Our party (like other parties) seems to have lost the sense that the main concern of government should be the welfare of the people.   Do we not care about the number of homeless people on our streets?   That many are struggling with mortgage debts they cannot afford, because house prices have been allowed to become so high?   That a man who loses his job is often in danger of losing his hone as well?  Challenge the power of the rich - tax banks. Is it reasonable that some can make themselves rich by manipulating other people’s money - particularly if they use computers to do the work for them? 

More support for traditional marriage - Chastity taught in schools.

Donald Burling London