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Cameron: The Rise of the New Conservative [Hardcover]

Francis Elliott , James Hanning
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'Anyone hoping to penetrate Cameron's still rather opaque political personality will want to buy this book, which in readable…form offers much ammunition to both his admirers and detractors…This book gives a clear and convincing account of how Cameron raced past far better-known and more experienced rivals to become leader of the Tory party.' Telegraph

‘Provides many insights into the privileged background and the motivations of David Cameron. The authors underline the hard ambition and calculation behind the surface charm, raising fascination questions about what Cameron might be like as Prime Minister.' Peter Riddell, The Times

'If anyone doubts Cameron's classic Tory credentials, then this highly rewarding biography lays out the story brilliantly.' Sunday Telegraph

‘Readable and well researched.’ Chris Huhne, in the Observer ‘Books of the Year’

'This essential political textbook will be required reading for every journalist covering David Cameron's every move until the general election.' Independent

'Compelling and evidently well-researched.' Evening Standard

About the Author

Francis Elliott worked for the New Statesman before being appointed Westminster Editor for Scotland on Sunday. He later became the Sunday Telegraph's Deputy Political Editor and joined the Independent on Sunday in 2003, where he was recently made Whitehall Editor. He was shortlisted in 2005 for "What the Papers Say 'Scoop of the Year'" for his work on David Blunkett's business interests. He lives in London with his wife and two children. James Hanning initially worked freelance before joining the Daily Mail and then moving to the Londoner's Diary on the Evening Standard, where he rose to become Associate Editor with responsibility for the Comment pages. In 2004 he was appointed Executive Editor of the Independent on Sunday. He lives in London with his wife and two children.
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