To the Prime Minister’s mind, when the voters delivered an inconclusive result in 2010, they expressed a desire to see less politics, not more. What they wanted was for politicians to put country before party and to devote themselves to solving the nation’s problems, not to compete to score points off each other. Mr Cameron has a clear sense that his duty is to stay clear of politics as much as he reasonably can.Whatever drugs Mr Brogan's on, I'll have some too...
Tuesday, 13 March 2012
From Benedict Brogan at the Daily Telegraph: