30 December 2007

Hooked on a feeling

Sounds like Brits may be ready for a bit of a change...

The Conservative campaign is resonating with the public and the government must adapt in order to survive, a senior Cabinet minister has warned.

The admission by Justice Secretary Jack Straw comes as Gordon Brown used his New Year message to say 2008 will see "real and serious changes" in the UK.
You know you're in a bit of trouble when you find yourself playing "catch-up."
In his message, Tory leader David Cameron pledged to set the 2008 agenda.

In a rare admission by a senior minister, Straw acknowledged Mr Cameron may have benefited from the government's recent woes and that his messages appear to be "resonating" with voters.