UK 28 August 2012 Quote of the day Tory MP Tim Yeo asks: is Cameron a man or a mouse? Print HTML The prime minister must ask himself whether he is man or mouse. His place in history is assured as the leader who made the Tories (nearly) electable again, an achievement that eluded three previous leaders. But does he want to be another Harold Macmillan, presiding over a dignified slide towards insignificance? Or is there somewhere inside his heart – an organ that still remains impenetrable to most Britons – a trace of Thatcher, determined to reverse the direction of our ship? Conservative MP and former environment minister Tim Yeo urges David Cameron to abandon his objections to building a third runway at Heathrow. › Tobacco ban for people born after the year 2000 passes Tasmanian upper house David Cameron has so far refused to abandon his government's opposition to a third runway at Heathrow. Photograph: Getty Images. Subscribe More Related articles Inside Big Ben: why the world’s most famous clock will soon lose its bong Jeremy Corbyn appoints Shami Chakrabarti to lead inquiry into Labour and antisemitism Is our obsession with class propping up the powerful?