Ashcroft Backlash Time

There is growing resentment in some quarters with Michael Ashcroft, the feeling is that his Lordship has unnecessarily made difficulties for the Tories by waiting till this late moment to come clean.

There is also a concern that in deciding to sue, at this time, the Indy (over allegations of corruption) he is guaranteeing more bad headlines during the campaign.  He is being cut loose already, the Tories are ruthless about these things, CCHQ is briefing that

“Michael Ashcroft has said that he is standing down as deputy chairman of the Conservative party after the election to concentrate on his media and business interests. Under the ministerial code this would exclude him from holding a government post.”

In the words of Douglas Adams, the Cameroons are saying: So long and thanks for all the cash…




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