Friday August 7, 2020

Cameron has dodged the blame; can Kenny do the same?

David Cameron will be over this week, and it seems an appropriate time to consider his first year in office.

14th May, 2011

David Cameron will be over this week, and it seems an appropriate time to consider his first year in office.

Our nearest neighbours are having their first experience of a coalition government since the war and despite initial misgivings (‘‘It’ll never work, young man,” a Labour grandee intoned solemnly to AOB last year), the Nick and Dave show is still running.

Let us be Woosterian about this, and compile the...

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