October 21, 2012

Seven Days That Shook David Cameron

Iain Martin, Daily Telegraph

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It's been one of the worst weeks since the Prime Minister came to power. How can the Government get back on track?

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TAGGED: Europe, Scotland, UK, David Cameron

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