Wednesday, 5 May 2010

David Cameron frustrated by Scottish failure

DAVID Cameron's efforts to woo Scottish voters are failing, according to a new poll that says the electorate north of the Border intends to stick with the status quo in tomorrow's General Election

As the Conservative leader visited Scotland for only the second time in the campaign last night, an exclusive poll for The Scotsman revealed there was little hope his party could improve upon the solitary seat it gained in the 2005 general election.

The figures show the party trailing in fourth place in Scotland while they show it is less trusted on all key policy areas than its rivals, apart from immigration. more...


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