The analysis published today by the TUC reveals how the Budget gives money to the rich, but takes away from the poor.
This is the Conservative project, dressed up in the post-crisis language of budget deficits and national debt for extra impetus. Inequality doubled under the Thatcher government, and her heirs seem to be doing all they can to ensure that legacy is extended.
As an 18-year-old, Mr Cameron unwittingly asked two KGB agents to supply him with drugs, it has been claimed.
He was on a gap year holiday in the Crimea with a pal from Eton when two Russian spies approached the teenagers and asked them out to dinner.
Igor Kuznetsov – who became a KGB colonel – said he was one of the two spooks who tried to snare Mr Cameron with a honeytrap as he boozed the night away.
The book’s authors, Lord Ashcroft and Isabel Oakeshott, unearthed the claims in a 2011 interview Kuznetsov gave to a Russian weekly paper.