Suspicious Timing

Two weeks ago Guido noted who was blaming who within Downing Street for the Coulson situation. It was made clear to him that Steve Hilton was trying to push any flak firmly in the direction of Cameron’s Chief of Staff Ed Llewellyn. The latter came under intense pressure as the crisis blew up, with widespread calls for him to walk. How funny then that Hilton was subject to such a particularly wounding insider briefing in this morning’s FT:

Just a thought…


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