Explaining Cameron's Comeback, FREE Kindle Edition by Robert Worcester et. al.
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Explaining Cameron's Comeback, FREE Kindle Edition by Robert Worcester et. al.

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Found 25th Jan
Pages 393, Hardcover £21.83. “Not only a fine explanation of the election outcome, but the clearest exposition of polling methods and their limitations that I have ever read.” - Professor Vernon Bogdanor

"Explaining Cameron’s Comeback analyses hundreds of surveys and focus groups to make sense of the 2015 election campaign from the voter’s perspective: what they really thought of Cameron and Miliband; why the campaign was so unusual; why it made sense to go negative, despite voters’ claimed dislike of it; and why the pundits read the polls wrong. They also use trend data going back six decades to help show what the 2015 campaign means for the next five years of British politics, from the European Referendum to the 2020 election."
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David Cameron: "How my indecision and incompetence shafted the UK"

That's the real story.
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Hope this tanks as big as he did in the end!!
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thomasleep35 m ago

Hope this tanks as big as he did in the end!!



I guess you just read the title and made a wrong assumption as to what the book is about -- it explains WHY he tanked!
pasheast3 m ago

I guess you just read the title and made a wrong assumption as to what the …I guess you just read the title and made a wrong assumption as to what the book is about -- it explains WHY he tanked!


I do not need to read 393 pages to know that! 2 at most would cover it. Oh and I read the whole overlong description.
Edited by: "thomasleep" 25th Jan
David Cameron: "How my indecision and incompetence shafted the UK"

That's the real story.
pasheast13 m ago

I guess you just read the title and made a wrong assumption as to what the …I guess you just read the title and made a wrong assumption as to what the book is about -- it explains WHY he tanked!



I agree it wasn't a constructive comment you replied to, but how exactly does a book released in January 2016 after what was seen as a successful 2015 election for the Conservatives, hence the reference to a comeback, explain why Cameron tanked?
ohh jeeeezzzz
What comeback. I thought he was doing something with pigs.(Again.)
Edited by: "73greystoke" 25th Jan
pasheast1 h, 8 m ago

I guess you just read the title and made a wrong assumption as to what the …I guess you just read the title and made a wrong assumption as to what the book is about -- it explains WHY he tanked!


Get yourself a job working for him as you both guess and presume with no real facts to back it up.
The same people who voted cold on a free Kindle are the same who voted Brexit just to get rid of Cameron. "Cut the nose to spite the face" comes to mind.
gorgo20155 h, 18 m ago

The same people who voted cold on a free Kindle are the same who voted …The same people who voted cold on a free Kindle are the same who voted Brexit just to get rid of Cameron. "Cut the nose to spite the face" comes to mind.


How wrong you are. I voted hot. I also voted for Brexit. Getting rid of Cameron as part of the deal was an added binus for me. You shouldn't make erroneous assertions that you cannot substantiate unless you wish to appear foolish...
Edited by: "Ajibee" 26th Jan
This is a well written book, worthy of a hot vote on its quality, though you may not like the ex-PM. The vote should be on the book authorship and contents.
Also free is this (Edit:not free anymore)33138501-Usw0j.jpg
Edited by: "splender" 26th Jan
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