The Staggers 25 February 2010 In this week's New Statesman: Tory special 10 people Cameron should fear | John Pilger: Israel’s true heroes | Boris Johnson interview. Print HTML This week's New Statesman is a special issue on the Tories: who are they and what they do want? David Marquand kicks off our coverage by arguing that the left dismisses David Cameron at its peril. Meanwhile, from the right, Simon Heffer argues that Cameron is no kind of conservative. He writes: "Cameron . . . has very few principles, other than his belief in himself as prime minister." Elsewhere, Jonathan Derbyshire profiles Iain Duncan Smith, George Walden explores the rise of the new feudalism, and we name the ten people Cameron should fear. One of them, Boris Johnson, has been speaking to our deputy editor, Jon Bernstein. The Mayor of London explains why bankers are to blame for the recession and reveals what he really thinks of Cameron. Also, don't miss our exclusive survey of 101 Conservative candidates. Are they really any different from the old guard? In the columns, James Macintyre explains why the Tories are losing support, John Pilger names Israel's true heroes, and Roy Hattersley says we should focus on Gordon Brown's ideas, not his tantrums. In The Critics, Cameron's old Oxford tutor Vernon Bogdanor reviews a new study of the Tory party, we launch our search for the next great music critic, and Lisa Mullen reviews Michael Moore's latest film, Capitalism: a Love Story. The issue is on sale now, or you can subscribe through the website. Follow the New Statesman team on Twitter. › Morning Call: pick of the comment George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman. Subscribe More Related articles A simple U-Turn may not be enough to get the Conservatives out of their tax credit mess “It's nothing radical”: Jeremy Corbyn supporters on why his politics are just common sense Why is the government charging more women for selling sex but turning a blind eye to buyers?