Monday, March 26, 2007

Hitchens on Cameron (part two)

It gets better.

Hitchens opens up some new ground: how Michael Howard delayed his departure to allow Cameron to establish a presence; and the significance of Steve Hilton, another PR slug, as Cameron's Svengali.

Hitchens attributes Cameron's progress, against the flow of Toryism, to his "membership of the media class".

The segment closed with the promise that the third part would address Cameron's need to reform "the elderly unloved besat that is the Tory Party".
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