Tuesday, August 02, 2005
A radical new approach?
So far the Conservative Leadership Election has focused on MPs at Westminster. But unless I've missed a modification of the rules, candidates don't actually have to be MPs to stand.
At the moment politics needs a lot of new blood and dynamism. The Conservative Party needs a leader who can lead, who can inspire, who can motivate and who can deliver. Why not be really radical and search for a person outside Parliament or even outside party politics who can provide this?
My suggested candidate at this stage? Colonel Tim Collins.