Politics 21 October 2009 Obama and Cameron: the truth at last Clinton to meet Hague over Europe allies Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up Sometimes when you wait long enough, reality emerges for all to see. And so it is this morning with the news that Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, will meet tomorrow with William Hague, the shadow foreign secretary, amid fast-growing concerns in Washington over the British Conservative Party's foreign policy. Clinton may wish to ask Hague why he has been wrong on every controversial issue he has tried to contain for his party. I first reported such concerns in the Obama administration back last year, before being widely condemned in the Tory media. I followed this up here, having already reported concerns in the European Jewish community over Cameron's links to Michal Kaminski. Again I was attacked -- and smeared -- by Tories as they became increasingly desperate about this sensitive and embarassing story. It is now clear that these concerns, including those in the Jewish community, have indeed spread to the US. So, to Conservative press officers, Daniel Hannan, Stephen Pollard and the many members of the unofficial Tory Rapid Rebuttal Unit: I hate to say I told you so, but . . . › Death of Anglicanism? James Macintyre is political correspondent for the New Statesman. Subscribe For more great writing from our award-winning journalists subscribe for just £1 per month!