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Former David Cameron Ally Slams 'Control Freak' Ex-Prime Minister

One of David Cameron’s former cabinet colleagues has lashed out at the former British prime minister’s “control freak” management style. In an extract from his new memoir, serialized in The Times Monday, Ken Clarke, who served in three Conservative government cabinets, including Cameron’s, writes that Cameron and his chancellor George Osborne had taken their cues from Tony Blair in suppressing collective decision-making and dissent in the cabinet.
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