Anne McElvoy: Tory money men tell Dave to get a grip (and ditch his Eton chums) | UPDATED: 02:01 GMT, 30 December 2012 Prime Minister David Cameron Even as they trumpet the works of wonder planned for the year ahead, our political leaders reflect their insecurities and shortcomings. David Cameron has lurched from declaring his support for gay marriage to an evangelical Christian message in the hope of placating religious opponents of his plans. It is not the first time the Tory leader has indulged in a cocktail of opportunism and attention-seeking, like a student joining every society at Freshers’ Week in the hope that one of the causes will enhance his CV.
Police worker 'sold secrets about royal protection officers for 32,000' Jairo Dos Santos emailed details of more than 2,700 expenses claims made by members of the Met's Protection Command to a reporterDos Santos hired PR Guru Max Clifford to spark a bidding war between the Mail on Sunday and News of the World He had been sacked from Protection Command's finance department and had overdrawn his account by 1,000 He denies one count of disclosing personal data | UPDATED: 07:35 GMT, 13 December 2012 A cash-strapped police worker joked that he felt like James Bond as he sent secrets about Royal bodyguards to PR guru Max Clifford, a court heard. Jairo Dos Santos, 29, emailed details of more than 2,700 expenses claims made by members of the Met’s Protection Command to a reporter at the Mail on Sunday, it is alleged