An interesting article appeared in Spiked October 3:

On the eve of the Conservative Party’s conference this week, leader David Cameron has been busy generating headlines. He was fancifully pitched alongside John F Kennedy for making similar ‘ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country’ comments in the broadsheets. Most of all he made the front pages as a result of a new initiative called ‘webcameron’, which apparently will assist the Tories in ‘reaching out to a blogging generation that is disaffected and disconnected from mainstream politics’ (1).

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Australian IT published an article on the same topic yesterday.


Cameron's blog targeted by spoof