Worse, left to his own devices, Cameron was
a terminal bore.
This was tacitly admitted when
a man called Bill Knapp, a consultant (in what, exactly?)
had to be brought over from the USA in order, in the words of Cameron’s fourth-rate ‘director of communications’,
to sharpen lines for the PM’s Question Time appearances and the wider TV debates.
Dalrymple notes that Cameron was in point of fact
the dullest man ever to hold the position of prime minister.