David Cameron, the leader of the UK’s Conservative Party, is really up against it.
As soon as he finds a bit of ground to fight the governing party, Labour, someone pulls it from under his feet.
This time, the Independent claims, he is blocking a “backlash” from British voters on his green policies.
“[H]e is likely to drop some of the more controversial elements – including plans to allow councils to force out-of-town stores to charge customers for parking and to tax free parking at places of work to deter people from driving. He is unsure about the group’s call for a moratorium on airport expansion and a review of plans to expand Heathrow.”