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How should the Conservatives counter the Liberal Democrat surge?

It is important that voters learn about the Liberal Democrats' unpopular policies but David Cameron, himself, should stay positive. Do you agree?

David Cameron is talking in generalities at the moment and needs to become more specific, spelling out the real things that would change if there is a Conservative government. Do you agree?

The 'Big Society' is an idea that is winning votes. Do you agree?

We need to say that a vote for the Liberal Democrats could let Brown in by the back door. Do you agree?

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