MARTIN REGG COHN
February 22, 2014
Two speeches, two months, two Tim Hudaks.
Mark my words, the Tory leader vowed at a business lunch in December: he would implement a controversial “right to work” law reining in unions.
Read my lips, Hudak pledged at abusiness breakfast Friday: he promised never to undo compulsory union dues if his Tories win power.
How to explain the rocky U-turn? After campaigning for “bold” change, what changed?