Advice to Cameron
The Scotsman has a piece of advice for David Cameron that could have come from the postings on this blog.
His best chance is to decide who to support with a view to taking on the top job next time round. His best choice would be Mr Davis who is almost certain to win - he has the backing of nearly 90 MPs (even if a third won't admit it) and the support of the grassroots.The reason according to them:
However the decision on the new leader is taken, he is practically guaranteed victory.And:
As Mr Davis's chief backer in rebuilding the party into an electoral force in the next four years, Mr Cameron would be ideally placed to take over with a real chance of entering No 10 four years later.Good advice I think. The addition of Cameron to Davis's backers would help to create a broad based support for our man and as such would be very positive, both for a Davis victory and a united party after the leader is chosen.