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Election 2010: the best political writing

By Duncan Brown  

The Tories’ lead is much depleted since last autumn, but David Cameron’s self-belief seems not to have faltered. Does he lead a new breed of visionary reformers, or are he and his clique a bunch of dissembling snobs? Prospect has hosted a wide range of political arguments over the past twelve months and, as the parties start their campaigning in earnest, we look back at some of the best analysis.

Ed Howker was thoroughly impressed with how Cameron handled the expenses scandal, but former Blair…

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