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Can the Conservatives win the next election?

As more and more people turn against Gordon Brown's Labour government the focus is starting to turn towards David Cameron's Conservative party and their potential for making the next government. One factor which has been thrown towards the Conservative party for some time now is a lack of detail to go with regard to their economic policy, should they finally make office.

David Cameron has reacted to this claim by releasing more and more details of his plans for the future and how his party would look to refloat UK economy, but there is still very little detail in many other important areas. His constant battles with Prime Minister Gordon Brown at prime ministers question time have caught the eye of the nation and while Cameron has generally been at the forefront he does seem to suffer with regard to economic policy.

However, having been out of government for some time if the Conservative party is unable to make substantial inroads after the latest economic downturn in the UK, which many people lay at the door of Gordon Brown, when can they expect to get back in?

As we approach the general election in 2010 we should see more and more detail from both the government and the opposition parties with regard to their hopes for the future UK economy. We are sure to see more fierce and bloody battles in the House of Commons between Gordon Brown and his constant critic David Cameron.

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