It seems that David Cameron's days in office are numbered. That at least is the conclusion one must draw if the report in the Telegraph about Cameron fretting over his legacy is anything to go by:
"Cameron has started to wonder where his Government is going, and has been asking aides what his legacy will be."As I noted the other day, the government is in office but it is most certainly not in power. The Telegraph agrees:
"Mr Cameron and Mr Osborne do not regard themselves as being in power, but instead believe they are trapped – by the opinion polls, by the Liberal Democrats, by the Civil Service, by the bond markets, or by all four."Where to now for Cameron and Osborne?
Wherever the opinion polls lead and the LIEBOR scandal leads!