The Staggers 4 January 2010 Shock as Cameron hagiographer names Brown worst-dressed Dylan Jones's Cameron adoration makes its mark Print HTML I think we can all agree that we won't be taking sartorial advice from Gordon Brown any time soon. But for GQ to name Brown the worst-dressed man of the year seems rather excessive. That's until you remember that the magazine's editor, Dylan Jones, is the man responsible for Cameron on Cameron, a hagiographic collection of interviews with the Tory leader. Jones (who bears a remarkable resemblance to Colonel Fawn, the author of Dave on Dave) is releasing an updated paperback version of the book this week. For the record, Cameron, previously named Britain's most influential man by GQ, appears at number eight in the best-dressed list, just ahead of David Beckham. The BBC's report didn't deem Jones's book relevant to the story, but here at The Staggers we think the two might just be related. Follow the New Statesman team on Twitter › That EU high rep job (part 3) George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman. From only £1 per week Subscribe More Related articles I'll vote against bombing Isis - but my conscience is far from clear The government's motion on bombing Syria After the “Tatler Tory” bullying scandal, we must ask: what is the point of party youth wings?