David Cameron asserted his Tory credentials halfway through his term with Cabinet changes designed to appeal to his party’s core support, even at the risk of damaging coalition ties with the Liberal Democrats.
The premier demoted Justice Secretary Ken Clarke, the Liberal Democrats’ favourite Tory, replacing him with Chris Grayling, who favours a tougher line on law and order. Jeremy Hunt, whom the Liberal Democrats refused to back over his handling of News...
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