Between meetings I have just listened to the 11 minute video of David Cameron at Lewisham College. It wasn't given a particularly easy ride: there is some heckling but essentially he is received politely and he handles it well. The reason I'm posting (as the enjoyable Wintour and Watt blog at the Guardian, Conservative Home and Iain Dale have made enough comment if you're interested) is that when questioned about experience and having a good team behind him he mentions only Ken Clarke and William Hague...nothing sinister but it struck me as odd and nobody seems to have picked up on it.
P.S. A couple of well versed questioners re Thatcher, the recession and unemployment; if this were New Labour they would be scurrying around investigating who asked what and why to smear and "reveal" the plant.