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Wednesday, September 20, 2006


Tom BP

"Furthermore, The Alliance for Sweden coalition could afford to move further to the left as it does not have a substantial conservative support-base that it has to placate unlike David Cameroon’s Tories"

Precisely - Cameron's job is arguably easier than Reinfelt's. He is dealing with an electorate over 30% of which was prepared to vote for Hague, Duncan Smith and Howard.

The Swedish centre-right's very free market platform in 2002 won the Moderates just 15% of the vote. Reinfelt improved on this by a stonking 10%.

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