September 5, 2012

David Cameron Throws Down the Gauntlet

Daily Mail, Daily Mail

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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.

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