An interesting piece from the BBC's Nick Bryant, arguing that Australian conservatives have concluded that Cameron failed to win an overall majority because he was insufficiently clear - that is, right-wing.
The Liberal leader Tony Abbott appears determined not to make the same mistake [sic*] and is modifying, that is to say abandoning, some of his predecessors modernising touches as Australia prepares for its election next year.
If Abbott wins - though at present the polls suggest the electorate doesn't like Abbott's Liberals or Prime Minister Rudd's Labour party and would, in a burst of Aussie Cleggmania hand the Greens 16% of the vote - then we can expect the usual suspects here to use that as an excuse for relitigating Project Cameron.
Perhaps they'll have a point. But as Lynton Crosby might tell you Australia isn't Britain. And anyway, given that the Liberal/National parternship won 47.3% of the vote in 2007 (after transfers) the Aussie right isn't in anything like the hole the British right found itself in.
Nevertheless, worth keeping an eye on events Down Under.
*Readers know where I stand on this.
**Inexplicably I always confuse Kevin Rudd with the actor Paul Rudd.