Friday, October 09, 2015

The secret of DC's success

A great article in the Economist on why David Cameron has been so successful at winning votes, which compares his appeal to that of "The Great British Bake-Off."
I don't believe that anyone, no matter how good they initially were at the job, should stay PM for more than ten years so however much flak David Cameron got from the political class and press for saying he would step down at the end of this parliament it was the right thing to do and we should not try to persuade him to change his mind.

But if he does leave by his own choice on that timescale I think many people, including some of his critics, are going to miss him when he's gone.
You can read it here.
 

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