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Cameron at davos: alert on red tories

By James Crabtree  

Not since David Bowie noticed something oddly familiar about Ice Ice Baby can the influence be seen quite as clearly. It might not be mentioned in the speech. It wasn’t mentioned in the pre-trip episode of Web Cameron. But David Cameron’s remarks to the semi-chastened masters of the universerse at Davos show the unmistakable imprint of Phillip Blond’s “Red Tory Moment”, this month’s Prospect front cover; great news both for Cameron, who is showing a rare ability to pick up interesting ideas—first…

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