But what is the middle ground?
problem is each party has its core vote who wont jump ship to the other side and this draws watch party towards some sort of hegemony where they fight for the middle ground and the floating voter
I blame the lack of PR and democracy tbh.
See also Camerons issue with trying to do this whilst keeping the loons and closet racists voting for him rather than UKIP.
It is quite easily enforceable and I dont see what is wrong with Balls going we will evaluate the HS 2 but we aint writing a blank cheque.
Seems reasonable - its not like i have to commit to an extension of my house in 4 years time with no knowledge of what it will cost or whether I need it.