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David Cameron’s marks out of No. 10

Prime ministerial legacies are about party, not just country. That might save Dave

By David Runciman   November 2016

Former Prime Minister David Cameron ©Philip Toscano/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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How is history going to treat David Cameron? Making snap judgments on a prime minister’s long-term legacy can be a dangerous business. When Tony Blair was cheered out of the Commons he looked set for a dignified, if lucrative, afterlife. It’s proved far more lucrative than anyone could have imagined, but barely 10 years on there’s not much…

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