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David Cameron: spinning the political record

By Ed Howker  

Cameron: ready or not, here I come

I have a political theory. It perhaps runs contrary to the thinking of the majority of serious pundits and scientists of this most inexact of sciences. And it is this: the core message of the party leadership can be defined by one thing—not what the leader says or what the spinners enchant later but, quite simply, from the refrain of the elevator music played after big speeches.

I make no guarantee as to the unfailing…

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