September 5, 2012

A Return to Brown & Blair in Great Britain

Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

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David Cameron can wail, but he is the real ditherer – ever more Tony Blair to George Osborne's Gordon Brown.

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TAGGED: Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, David Cameron, UK


August 31, 2012
Cameron's English Lesson for the French President
Philip Stephens, FT
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... more ››
September 5, 2012
David Cameron Throws Down the Gauntlet
Daily Mail
David Cameron's first exercise in ministerial musical chairs offers at least some hope that the Government may discover a sense of direction and purpose in the areas where policy has been allowed to drift. more ››
August 25, 2012
Cameron Can't Sack His Cabinet Deadbeats
Simon Heffer, Daily Mail
The so-called silly season this year has been shorter than usual, thanks partly to the Olympics and partly to the very serious matter of the economic crisis. It has, however, had one traditional element: speculation about a... more ››
September 2, 2012
Cameron's Choices Will Determine His Fate
Daily Telegraph
The job of prime minister involves more than its share of big decisions. Yet as Parliament prepares to reconvene after the summer recess, David Cameron is confronted by a series of choices that will determine the future of his... more ››
August 30, 2012
Clegg Is a Joke, But Cameron Is to Blame
Iain Martin, Daily Telegraph
Nick Clegg is a very lucky man. Traditionally, the leader of the third party at Westminster can only pontificate piously from the sidelines. Mr Clegg, on the other hand, gets to do it from inside government. more ››