Will the 1922 Committee of Tory MPs elect an emergency chairman today? If so, the
mission would be to warn Cameron off doing any deal with the LibDems. Most Conservatives will wake up today judging the Cameron campaign to have failed. In the view of many, he will have failed to
honour his "change to win" promise: they all changed, as he asked, but he didn't win. There will be a price to pay, and perhaps one of the heads around Cameron will have to roll to
assuage the discontent.
Any Lib-Con deal over voting reform will be anathema to many recently-elected as well as existing Tory MPs. A new chairman of the 1922 Committee will want to make this point to Cameron before
any damage is done. A deal with Northern Irish MPs would probably be as much as the party would wear. So be prepared for a small dose of Tory wars today.