The arrangement made with the Unionists over the Maastricht vote, for example, was a disgrace. The message there was that the Tories were prepared to do a trade-off to secure the Government's survival, at the expense of any progress made towards reconcilation - and any respect for Britain's good faith - in the island of Ireland.
The more clearly we understand Tory policies, the most recent of which are VAT on fuel and privatising our forests (or was it the air we breathe?), the less we like them. Sir Norman should think again.
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