Could Cameron be a one-term Prime Minister?
A very interesting article from The Spectator's James Forsyth - suggesting what could be a driving factor behind the reshuffle.
For me, this is a key line about David Cameron in the article.
"Over the summer, his confidants say, he realised that he could be a one-term PM. This has created a much-needed sense of urgency in Downing Street."
Interestingly, it comes after Tory MP Guy Opperman warned earlier this year that Mr Cameron could be a one-term PM unless he connected with the North - to win more seats in this part of the country.
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