This book offers nothing in terms of learning what policies that Cameron has to offer at all. He says that he has ideas but does not back it up with anything in detail at all using the excuse that election could be up to 2 years ago. There is little to get you excited if this man is to be the next Prime Minister.
The other worrying thing i have gained from reading this book is how many people he knows in the media and that you get the impression they are manipulating coverage of Cameron to make him look better than he is.
(Anybody realise that he spent time in South Africa on holiday earlier this year? no me neither - so much for his green credentials). You get the feeling that he is one of the "establishment".
Finally, I also have to take issue with the writer who says he's no Cameron apologist and then proceeds to give a pscophantic account of his opinion of David Cameron. Google searching Dylan Jones lead me to a couple of articles praising David Cameron way before this book came out and i do wonder how objective his account is.
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