February 2, 2013

Conservative Plotters Swirl Around David Cameron

The Independent, The Independent

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Conservative MPs in unspecified numbers are stirring. Not only are they plotting and speculating about a change of leadership, but they also speak of the possible need to sack the Chancellor, too. Quotes are surfacing, largely without attribution, about the importance of preparing now for a successor to David Cameron, were he to lose the next election. Similarly George Osborne, if the economy slips back into recession.

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