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David Cameron: Class Act

By Nigel Cawthorne

Growing up, Cameron showed little interest in politics, but after Oxford, he quickly infiltrated the young Conservative Party ‘Brat Pack’ at their research department, harbouring friendships which would become invaluable later in his career. He has faced accusations that his Cabinet is an Old Etonian ‘boys club’, and is keen to show he understands the concerns of the ordinary man, as he faces an election set to be even more unpredictable than the last. This incisive portrait of Cameron examines a leader who inspires admiration and loathing in equal measure.
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