Shaun Bailey, the Prime Minister’s only black aide, was ‘frozen out by David Cameron’s clique’ – Telegraph

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English: DAVOS/SWITZERLAND, 29JAN10 – David Cameron, Leader of the Conservative Party, United Kingdom, speaks during the session ‘Rethinking Government Assistance’ in the Congress Centre of the Annual Meeting 2010 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 29, 2010. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is an excellent article in the Telegraph and worth a read. Check it out!

Shaun Bailey, the Prime Minister’s only black aide, was ‘frozen out by David Cameron’s clique’ – Telegraph.

Once again, David Cameron is being challenged as elitist, relying upon the advice of privileged people, typically those with an “old Etonian” background.

This is very worrying with austerity polarizing society into the “very wealthy” versus “ordinary people”.

Any thoughts?

 

 

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Cameron running scared on EU, says Miliband | Politics | The Guardian

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English: David Cameron Deutsch: David Cameron (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Ed Milliband MP speaking at the Labour Party c...

Ed Milliband MP speaking at the Labour Party conference. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is an interesting story reported in the Guardian and well worth read. Check it out!

via Cameron running scared on EU, says Miliband | Politics | The Guardian.

Cartoonists should have a field day with images of David Cameron hiding behind the sofa!

Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour Party, has hit a nerve when he challenges that David Cameron is now running scared of his own back-bench MPs who favor an EU exit, and not addressing the best interests of the UK.

The real issue is surely that once again, this issue is highlighting David Cameron’s leadership qualities?

In times of national crisis with millions unemployed and the country stubbornly following a policy of excessive austerity, contrary to the advice of every respectable economist and the IMF, we have many national headlines containing the word “weak” and “scared”.

Why can’t David Cameron be more like German Chancellor Angela Merkel (minus skirt, of course)?

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