Tory MPs have told the PM to stick it on Lords reforms. This causes problems with the sandal wearing mung bean eaters they are in coalition with, who were hell bent on Lords reform.
Mr Cameron will not back down on boundary reforms but senior Tories are discussing other policies which could be ‚Äúoffered‚ÄĚ to the Lib Dems. A reform of political party funding or more support for green energy are thought to be on the table.
Cameron may not be Boris but he is strategically sensible. He nailed the proportional representation referendum unlike John Key, and he is not going to let the hippies stop him reforming boundaries. ¬†