David Cameron, as part of the carefully choreographed media operation in the build up to Operation Seal the Deal, has given an interview to the Spectator.
Our Dave gives a unique insight into how the decision to reject the VAT cut came about:
When we took the decision, we did not look at focus groups. It was a decision taken right here, sitting on this sofa with George Osborne sitting there.
Fraser Nelson goes further:
This offers a glimpse into Cameronian decision-making. A great many Conservative policies are decided on such sofas.