01 October 2009

It will all be decided on the sofa

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.

This ‘flibbertigibbet’ is just like the other one, who also decided that the sofa was best.

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