PM can ill afford to ostracize progressives

A red Tory coup-in-the-making there may not be except in the self-serving imagination of Conservative MP Rob Anders, but cracks in the fragile foundation of Harper’s hard-earned majority there most certainly are and they are becoming harder to paper over.

The boss: Prime Minister Stephen Harper, pictured in this file photo. Chantal Hébert says a red Tory coup-in-the-making may not be except in the self-serving imagination of MP Rob Anders, but cracks in the fragile foundation of Harper’s hard-earned majority there most certainly are and they are becoming harder to paper over. Photo by Jake Wright, The Hill Times

By Chantal Hébert

PUBLISHED : Friday, Jan. 17, 2014 6:44 PM

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