Yes, they're a single issue party who don't expect to get into power, of course they have narrow aims. DUH!
As for these sections - Business, Community Relations, Countryside, Climate Change and Energy, Crime and Justice, Culture, Media and Sport, Defence, Democracy, Economy, Environment, Europe, Family, Foreign Affairs, Health, Housing, Immigration, International Development, Local Government, National Security, Schools, Transport, Universities and Skills, Voluntary Sector, Welfare and Pensions, Women.
Well, let's get rid of half of them anyway. Why the hell the Tory party is involved in "Community Relations", "Culture", "Media and Sport", "Family" and various other of those sections is a mystery to me.
Less government is good government.
And to all the moaners - I don't give a stuff about your music or software, I'm not copying it or buying it, but I think my generation cares about the surveillance society, the handing of rights and laws to the corporate masters of IP and the suppression of technology (legitimate or otherwise) to support business interests.
It's time for the pendulum to swing back the other way for a while.