Like NuLabour, the Tories are dedicated to not saying "England". Under David Cameron, how could it possibly be otherwise? And relations with the similarly "Celtic" fringe biased Labour are actually pretty cordial, with all sorts of discrimination against the people of England played down or allowed to slip through the net uncommented on by Dave and his loyal crew.
Trumpeting the usual off-target nonsense, the Tories now tell us once more what they are going to do for "Britain" and "across the UK".
But the reality is that much of what follows will only apply to England or England and perhaps occasionally to Wales. However the word "Britain", meaning England, Scotland and Wales is substituted, highly misleading though that word is, because it suits the Tories, just as it suits New Labour and the Lib Dems, to lie to us. Read the following Conservative Party propaganda - and spot the lies - please note my inserts [...].
Radical policy changes are needed to help "socially immobile" families get out of a cycle of benefit dependency and educational failure, the Tories are due to say.
The Conservatives will accuse the Government of a "wasted decade" of policies and warn that in deprived areas people no longer do better than their parents did.
In a report - Through The Glass Ceiling - the party will call for early intervention when babies are born into "families with problems", and in primary school to make sure children do not fall behind with their reading.
The Tories will also set out major reforms in secondary education [applies to England only - education is devolved outside England], ensuring that schools stop abandoning many subjects that top universities are looking for, such as sciences and modern languages.
Shadow work and pensions secretary Chris Grayling is expected to say: "Britain is now a country [Britain is NOT a country, it is a union of three countries] where it is more and more difficult for young people to do better than their parents did.
"Worse still, we have generations of the same family trapped in a dependency culture. For 10 years the Government has been telling us it has the policies to solve the problem. But it hasn't worked. Britain really now needs a fresh direction." [Chris Grayling does not have the remit to talk about Britain in this way.]
The Tories will announce a new "whole family" approach to ending benefit dependency and generational worklessness. This is based on work being done in Germany, where entire families including children struggling at school are given support to deal with the challenges their household faces.
The report is the result of 18 months' analysis by the Conservatives. This was partly carried out by the Social Justice Policy Commission, headed by former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith.
Early intervention proposals will include 4,000 more health visitors across the UK [nonsense - Scotland looks after its own health service so, increasingly does Wales - both are far better funded than England's] to help parents with babies and young children.
So, the Tories are as anti-England/anti-English as New Labour? Not quite. But, like the Lib Dems, the so-called "Union" comes before little things - like equality and honesty for the electorate in England.
Read about Jim Fitzpatrick - England's Transport Minister, who insists on pretending his authority extends to Scotland and Wales here.