The Labour Party has accused Prime Minister David Cameron of “caving in” to the demands of right wing Conservative MPs following the Eastleigh by-election.
The attack comes as Justice Secretary Chris Grayling raised the possibility of the Human Rights Act being scrapped under a future majority Conservative government.
It's clear David Cameron's response to his disastrous result in Eastleigh is a big lurch to the right.
He is a weak Prime Minister who is caving in to the demands of the right wing MPs in his party.
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