If David Cameron is elected prime minister of Britain next month he will be, in some ways, a very familiar sort of Conservative prime minister: sensible, pragmatic, intelligent in an un-flashy sort of way. But the Tory party that he leads will find itself oddly isolated from mainstream conservatism in both the US and Europe.
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