PM's new aide to reach out to backbenchers

Tim Shipman
March 2013
Daily Mail;3/29/2013, p8
DAVID Cameron moved to build bridges with his backbenchers yesterday by appointing a Rightwinger to be his eyes and ears in Parliament.


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