James Forsyth James Forsyth

The Cabinet’s lack of love for Brown is a gift to the Tories

‘Never interrupt your enemy when is making a mistake’, said Napoleon; the Tories have abided by this dictum in the last few days. They have held back policies announcements while Labour debated whether or not it wanted to get rid of Gordon Brown. The Tories have reentered the fray today with David Cameron’s appearance on Marr and a pledge to offer university scholarships to the children

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