I've taken a look and whilst it has a flashy new look, it's a step backwards in terms of standards.It doesn't validate against any HTML standards, it doesn't comply with even level A of the WAI accessibity guidelines.
I should add quite a few pages look strange in Internet Explorer 8, I hope they get those fixed soon.
In terms of style, it's clean and very accessible. It does look basic but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
This is ok - but I think Labour's is better. New Tory site doesn't really have any tools for users - it is very pretty thoughNew site wise labour>Tory>Lib Dems
I'm sure links like this shouldn't appear in search resultshttp://www.conservatives.com/webservices/VideoLogger.asmx?op=LogVideoPlayhttp://search.conservatives.com/search?q=cache:bVfHLfvQ29EJ:www.conservatives.com/ScriptResource.axd%3Fd%3DI59EtSsG4fQT2PgojFuQHJiI_YE4SLW-H7RjWQs621VXrL-oFnubCXIRN8TtWteFoXzLR6tRtsmnkPiyRc8KYJKQe32ffgk5CEwVNoYVdFs1%26amp%3Bt%3D633550128900000000+web+service&access=p&output=xml_no_dtd&site=conservatives&ie=UTF-8&client=conservatives&proxystylesheet=conservatives&oe=ISO-8859-1Also interestingly try using IE7 and then IE6 and read the different slogan at the top of the page. IE7 (and every other browser) read: It's Time for Change and IE6 says: Plan for change
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