December 16, 2012

Is David Cameron Afraid of Ed Miliband?

Andrew Rawnsley, The Guardian

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David Cameron's cold feet about televised leaders' debates suggest a new respect for his Labour opposite number.

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TAGGED: Labour Party, Ed Miliband, David Cameron, UK

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