The 12 general December election was decisive. result on The UK has a Conservative government with a working majority, an administration likely to remain in office for a full five years.
As we commented in our December issue, this was an election fought primarily on the time and manner of the country’s withdrawal from the European Union, with the future of the National Health Service topping the electorate’s other main concerns. It was never going to be an argument about bus services.
Shapps’s ‘war on the motorist’ line jarred against the pro-bus sentiment that his party has begun to express