Back to Conservative Home for this enthusiastic piece by Bruce Anderson, who praises the calibre and unity of the present Conservative governors. He may be a little over the top, but it makes lovely reading all the same. On the key relationship between Cameron, Osborne and Hague, Anderson has this to say:
They enjoy each other's company. There is a lot of laughter, but also a lot of serious business. There is no rivalry and total mutual confidence. In the entire history of British government from the time of Robert Walpole, I cannot think of a moment when relationships at the top were so harmonious. In fraught circumstances, that is of inestimable value.