Of course he's playing politics - he wants to get elected.gloswhite wrote:Sorry guys, but as a non-Labour voter, I really can't see him as a PM. He's already showing that he's playing politics by trying to appease all stakeholders rather than committing, even generally, to a particular 'theme' that he would prefer to pursue, (unless I've missed something).
And surely appealing to all stakeholders in order to reunite a divided and broken party is exactly what's needed in a leadership election Glos?
As for "themes" - well Boris had one theme and that will be past it's sell-by date before long leaving him with nothing but a fire fighting exercise.
Perhaps salvaging what's left of the Labour party is Sir Keir's "theme"?