I told him so, in a letter ... before the Election.
A few weeks before the General Election, the Tories - very
stupidly (as they are!) - offered a "Contract" with the
British people. They did this on their WebSite.
Gosh ... I WONDER WHERE THEY GOT THAT IDEA FROM? The idea of a
"Contract"? (How about: "Lawful Rebellion? Or even my book?)
The "Contract" was a load of old bollox ... fundamentally it just
"stated the rules" ... that we all know about ... 5 year term ...
So, I wrote to Camoron and said: "If you win the Election, I
refuse your Offer of Contract. So, you won't be MY Prime
(Still waiting for a response/rebuttal ... argument ... etc.
Which, of course, would be difficult for them to do, since an
offer is an offer ... and no-one is forced to accept an offer. In
Law. Obviously IN PRACTICE they think they can
force their 'offers' down our unwilling throats all the time
(Waited long enough now ... however ... so I claim Estoppel).
(In point of FACT ... anyone who (a) Didn't vote Tory, and
(b) Didn't specifically write an ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER
... can also claim Camoron is NOT their Prime Minister ... and
Theresa May isn't THEIR Home Secretary ... etc. etc. etc. That, of
course, is THE LAW ... and applies to the vast majority of the