Rob Fenwick is a gentle sort. Not given to extravagent gestures. For those who don't know him he invented LibDem Voice, but then left others to get on and run it. He has his own blog but over recent years hasn't been that involved in frontline LibDem politics, preferring to concentrate on his career.
Today, he very publicly resigned from the LibDems, writing about it HERE on his blog. I find his decision baffling, but that's not the point of this post. It made me wonder what my breaking point would be with the Conservative Party. What would tip me over the edge. Just for a bit of fun I thought I'd list a few things which would drive me out of the Party I support.
1. If David Cameron appointed Peter Mandelson to anything. (I hope I am not tempting fate...)
2. If the Conservative Party voted to join the euro.
3. If a Conservative government failed to defend British sovereign territory.
What would your breaking point be?