December 3, 2005


Tories have voted two to one for Cameron as leader (Toby Helm and Anthony King, 03/12/2005, Daily Telegraph)

David Cameron will be declared the next Tory leader on Tuesday after winning twice as many votes among party members as his rival David Davis, according to a YouGov poll for The Daily Telegraph.

The survey shows that Mr Cameron has the support of 67 per cent of Tory voters compared with 33 per cent for Mr Davis. [...]

Last night there was speculation that William Hague, the former leader, will confirm his willingness to serve in the Cameron team this weekend.

Nice to bring Hague back in a job he's better suited for than leader, but IDS seems to be the one with the best grasp of how to follow the Blair/Bush/Howard example.

Posted by Orrin Judd at December 3, 2005 12:00 AM
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