Tory MP 'asked to challenge PM'

Tory MP 'asked to challenge PM'

London : United Kingdom | Sep 08, 2012 at 5:41 PM PDT
Source: BBC
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Bob Stewart was 'asked to challenge David Cameron' Colonel Bob Stewart would not reveal the identities of those who asked him to challenge David Cameron A Conservative MP has said he was asked to mount a leadership bid against Prime Minister David Cameron. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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David Cameron sacked an opponent of Heathrow Airport expansion in his reshuffle yesterday
David Cameron sacked an opponent of Heathrow Airport expansion in his reshuffle yesterday
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