Ruth Porter writes for the Daily Telegraph
Leaders’ speeches are an opportunity to overcome perceived weaknesses in their leadership and to bring unity and drive to their parties. It is being said that the title of David Cameron’s speech will be “Britain can deliver” and that it will be about aspiration and social mobility.
With the economy floundering and a sense of renewed solidarity following the Olympics, there could be no better theme for a speech than this autumn. But what might a genuine vision of opportunity look like? With all the parties fighting it out for the centre ground, this is the assessment the British public must make.
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