Cameron’s record

The Church of England - - LETTERS - J Longstaff, Wood­ford Green

Sir, David Cameron seems to think that just be­cause he tells dis­il­lu­sioned Tories that he has heard their cries that they will come back from be­ing po­ten­tial UKIP vot­ers.

Vot­ers have switched al­le­giance be­cause of Mr Cameron’s fail­ure to carry out poli­cies vast num­bers of peo­ple hold dear, and in many cases he has done the op­po­site, ig­nor­ing tra­di­tional “Bri­tish val­ues” and many of his sup­port­ers.

Mr Cameron has to act to show he can be trusted for peo­ple to vote for his party again. Per­haps, it is now too late for this elec­tion. Rather than vot­ers, his ac­tions may well come back to haunt him.

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