Ever since David Cameron became the leader of the Conservative Party, I have maintained that he is more right-wing than his projected hologram and that he would fail to take on his party in a way that would ensure him election victory.
As a result, my many critics in the jam-packed, rampant Tory blogosphere have sought to portray this as some sort of “Labour spin”.
Now, however, there’s proof, from many of Dave’s mates, in a Vanity Fair profile by a writer who describes the piece as an “appreciation”. Paul Waugh has the details, which include this statement from Cameron’s close ally Ed Vaizey:
He is, I believe, much more conservative by nature than he acts, or than he is forced to be by political exigency.
Well, quite. Is the electorate recognising this at the eleventh hour? As you can see from Paul’s blog, Tory Central Office is not a little worried at the prospect.