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Election 2015: In David Cameron we don’t trust

Voters think the government has failed on crime, benefits and Europe

David Cameron at the European Commission on 27th June, having failed to block the nomination of Jean-Claude Juncker as its next President. © AFP/Getty Images

David Cameron is a lucky leader. He has been able to blame Labour for the tough measures his government has taken. He is likely to fight next year’s election against a backdrop of a recovering economy and rising living…

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