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Spectator letters: What has happened to the instinctive Tory faith?

Plus: More remembrances of Raymond Carr; a new use for hair cuttings; and why selling off parsonages was a mistake

2 May 2015

9:00 AM

2 May 2015

9:00 AM

An instinctive Tory faith

Sir: For once Bruce Anderson does not exaggerate: David Cameron did indeed win golden opinions for his ‘high intellect and low cunning’ at the 1992 election (‘The boy David’, 25 April), putting him among the most brilliant products of the Conservative Research Department over its long history.

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