Book review: For the record by David Cameron
Cameron makes a clean breast of his wasted premiership
Politics: For the Record, By David Cameron, William Collins, €28.75
When David Cameron became leader of Britain’s Conservative Party in 2005, he decided to tell it a few home truths. If the Tories were ever going to win power again, he warned, they needed to become more socially liberal, racially diverse and environmentally conscious. Oh, and one other thing – it was high time they stopped alienating voters by “banging on about Europe”....
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