Who’ll Be Humiliated?

The bookies make David Cameron the best challenger to Basher Davis. If so it’ll be Mr Nicy versus Macho Man. A young(ish) old Etonian smoothie from Notting Hill versus the tough, no nonsense, council-estate raised, son of a single mother. It’ll be like class war for Tories.

Cameron is good on television, Davis seems less effective and sometimes loses his way. The race is very uninspiring so far, when the pack thins out it will (hopefully) get more interesting. Humiliation beckons for those who declared their ambition and are unable to get 20 nominations…




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