Reading this, some questions come to mind. If any Conservative activist cares to answer them, please feel free!
1) Aren't the Conservatives being disingenuous. The appeal to them, as Tim Montgomerie has made clear, is twenty more seats to the Tories! Not whether it's a fair level playing field. The proposed changes do no credit and have caused many problems. Not least Copeland, where Jamie Reed MP may as well helicopter from one part of the redrawn constituency to another, given where the roads are and the hills that are slap bang in the middle
2) Why should Labour help Cameron on something that benefits the Tories and not us, and where they have made that clear? Plus given the lack of respect that Cameron has among opposition MP's as well!
3) How does Cameron think he can get this through, unless he wants to play the Martyr Card, rally sympathy around the Conservatives and do what he and Osborne have a tendency to do unless caught red handed, which is blame all and sundry but themselves
Anyone care to answer?