British newspaper the Times of London has an exclusive story on the private pastimes of UK Prime Minister David Cameron.
The story — running at the top of the site right now, over other big stuff like Greece and the Facebook IPO — is an excerpt of a book “Cameron: Practically a Conservative” by Francis Elliot and James Hanning (the same book that revealed Cameron’s dodgy texts to Rebekah Brooks).
With lines like “If there was an Olympic gold medal for ‘chillaxing’, the Prime Minister would win it”, you know it’s going to be good, and it’s a somewhat nicer portrait of a man who has been called (by a member of his own party) “an arrogant, out of touch, posh boy” — though not necessarily conflicting, we should note.
Here’s tomorrows front page:
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