The Murdochalypse: Bread and Circuses

Look, I’m enjoying the Murdochalypse (TM T Young Enterprises) as much as the next jaded sadist with a chip on his shoulder and a pathological jealousy of anyone richer and more successful than himself. But for once, I find myself in full agreement with David Cameron, who said yesterday: “I think it is important for the British Prime Minister to get on with those things that really matter for Britain.”

Of course there are some of us – most of us, in this parish, I suspect – who would very much prefer it if the Prime Minister in question wasn’t called David Cameron. But do any of us, even his worst enemies, really believe this is the right moment for his defenestration? Surely if David Cameron is to go, it should be…

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