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A 1992 election-day lunch with the young David Cameron

He was already clearly destined for the top — and in no doubt who would win that day

25 April 2015

9:00 AM

25 April 2015

9:00 AM

I can claim a milligram of credit for David Cameron’s first star billing. In early 1991, standing in for the late John Junor on the Mail on Sunday and seeking a weekly instance of some Labour frontbencher making an eejit of himself, I inquired who was the best sniper in the Conservative Research Department.

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Bruce Anderson is a former political editor of The Spectator.

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