CONSERVATIVE Leader David Cameron chose Palmer’s College in Grays to rally the Tory troops as the campaign goes into it’s final fortnight.
Flanked by the massed ranks of the Thurrock Tory faithful, Mr Cameron explained that seats such as Thurrock were key to winning the General Election on May 6th.
He said” “This was not a seat that we were originally targeting but this seat is absolutely key to winning this election.”
Mr Cameron went at great lengths to stress that a hung parliament would be disastrous for “democracy and the british people.”
The rally shown live on Sky TV and with the world’s media in attendance gave a real boost to Jackie Doyle-Price’s campaign coming on the back of visits by Eric Pickles on thursday and Baroness Warsi yesterday.