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  • Paperback
  • 133 pages
  • Which Ways Up?
  • Boles
  • English
  • 22 January 2017
  • 9781849540636

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    This is a short, quick, and interesting book on the thinking behind a Liberal Conservative coalition plan, from back in the days when the coalition government was a new venture with a hard to predict future.Considering it deals with some now highly improbable, left field ideas such as a Liberal Democrat Conservative joint ticket for the next General Election, and that a week in politics especially coalition politics seems a very long time, this book could strike the reader as out dated a lot has changed since 2010 In actual fact, Which Way s Up is fascinating, and not only offers Conservative MP Nick Boles analysis of the Labour Government from 1997 through 2010, but presents a now seemingly unpopular but important to listen to moderate approach to Conservative politics.Boles takes a magnifying glass to the socially divided Britain that came about through the New Labour years, and though admitting Blair and Brown s progress on giving full equality to gay people , strengthening the place of women in society , and including people from minority backgrounds , he absolutely hammers the way that the first decade of the 21st century has been a wasted one, and also admits that Labour s commitment to international aid and the fight against global poverty is not enough to let it off the hook for all the damage it did to Britain.And the author s grounds for a book of a united Liberal Democrat Conservative plan is the paramount importance that we both attach to personal freedom and the right of every individual to live their life in the way they choose, subject only to constraints on their freedom to act in a way that harms others Guiding the reader through thoughts on subjects such as radical reform of public services, through to managing migration, and working hard to save the climate, Boles outlines his own progressive liberal conservative philosophy, and declares that We need a decade of bold reform and purposeful leadership to make Britain envied the world over for its economic dynamism, social harmony and international clout His vision, after all, is for a coalition government that spans the years 2010 2020 This may happen, depending on the result of the next election, but we now know that the coalition will not be formally running as a partnership, and the Lib Dems and Conservatives will canvass as two separate parties.It is bold, and it is forward thinking, but at the start of 2014, I wonder how relevant it is to the current political climate The book reminds me as to why I personally became interested in Conservative Party politics, at the age of 19, but my worry is that Boles way up , so to speak, is, while not completely irrelevant, receding in relevance each month Since the coalition s start in 2010, there has been radical reform of public services, and the government has tried to seriously tackle the subject of Broken Britain one that must be tackled, for reasons of social justice but in other ways, such as the aforementioned cooperation at the next election, it has not gone as Boles would have planned.So the book makes for mixed reading But I enjoyed it I like reading books from positive politicians, who try to imagine a better Britain, not only because it s a departure from the usual doom and gloom of every day political reading, but because I think it s important to remember those bright dreams that lead a lot of people into politics in the first place even if they realise soon afterwards that a lot of different variables seem to get in the way Boles seems to tick the boxes in that regard.In a word, this is a must read for anyone who is genuinely interested in the coalition government Just remember that we re no longer living in 2010, good or bad though that may be in your mind.

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