http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politic ... ormer.htmlLord Strathclyde: the reluctant reformer
Conservative backbenchers urging the leadership to feel their pain should perhaps spare a thought for Lord Strathclyde: the minister is now in charge of the abolition of his own political future.
By Robert Watts, Deputy Political Editor
8:30PM BST 05 May 2012
Nevertheless, the peer is adamant that the Coalition is still delivering a Conservative agenda. “Look back at what we’ve done over the past two years and you will see many true Conservative policies.
“We’re making work pay for people on welfare. We’re improving education. We’ve made it easier for people to start businesses. We’ve abolished ID cards.”