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David Cameron: newest star of twitter

By James Crabtree  

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Stephen Fry. Will Carling. Andy Murray. Who next? Apparently, David Cameron, says a message in my feed. The man himself is going to be exclusively unveiling his forthcoming reshuffle, line by line, on the web’s fastest growing new media platform. We know the conservatives are thought to be far web savvier than their slow-moving clunking opponent. Odd, at a first glance, that the normally techno-Tory leader would pick such an picture, while a few more “followers” might have been advisable in the popularity.…

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