Martin Kettle praises DC

It is comparatively rare when someone who is generally on one side of the political divide writes something as complementary about a politician on the other side as Martin Kettle's piece in the Guardian this week, "A man of grace. Cameron has been good for Britain," is of David Cameron.

Hat tip to Mike Smithson at Political Betting for pointing it out.

In the second paragraph Kettle says that

"Cameron is already proving to be a much better prime minister than Brown ever was."

He concludes that

"... in these first weeks even opponents should concede that Cameron has played a blinder. He is showing himself as potentially the best all-round prime minister of the modern era. Labour's hopefuls should learn from him."

You can read the full article here.


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