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At the Tory Party Conference

Things aren’t exactly going swimmingly here for David Cameron’s first conference as leader of the UK Conservative Party.  Hundreds of us are sat in a Theater waiting for some terribly nice chaps to find our passes.

Meanwhile, I read that Dave is going to rule out tax cuts in a “rebuke” to “the right.”

Ho hum.

Bumped into columnist and blogger  Stephen Pollard on the train.  It’s the first time in 17 years he hasn’t been to a Party Conference.  He couldn’t be happier.

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