August 31, 2012

Cameron's English Lesson for the French President

Philip Stephens, Financial Times

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Francois Hollande is approaching an important juncture. The French president’s post-election honeymoon is fading with the summer sun. He has returned from holiday to critical reviews from left and right. It is time for Mr Hollande to set a course. In this he has something to learn from Britain's David Cameron.

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