Sky and News 24 and the Sundays are full of the Francis Elliott/James Hanning "revelations" about David Cameron's schooldays. Big deal. He handled the issue very well during the leadership contest and I expect him to do so again.
The amusing part of this story is how the Mail on Sunday have a so-called EXCLUSIVE from two journalists from the Independent on Sunday. Money talks, eh? Although the Indy have also run it as an exclusive (so, laughably, has the News of the World) they really need to buck up on their own PR. Apparently they rang News 24 this evening to complain about them saying it was a Mail on Sunday story on their bulletins. The BBC replied that if the Indy had bothered to tell them it was their story in the first place it would never have happened. Elementary PR, you'd have thought.
Several journalists are querying now what exactly the Conservative policy on soft drugs is. I suspect it will remain whatever David Davis says it is. Period.