Cameron: I sleep with an entrepreneur every night

What to make of David Cameron’s big speech? As suspected, the leader of the opposition toned down his ‘bright young thing’ act in a bid to dispel Gordon Brown’s ‘no time for a novice’ swipe.So what did the new, serious Cameron have to offer? Well lots of tut tutting about the economic mess we’re in without too much idea of how a Tory government would clear it up.Fast forward then to the usual passing reference to entrepreneurs. A pledge to knock 3p off corporation tax was the headline promise, but it'll be his other reference to entrepreneurs that could, for once, be making tomorrow’s front pages:“I admire entrepreneurs, and I should do, I go to bed with one every night.” Hmm... TMI (too much information).Let’s move swiftly to further promises to cut red tape, simplify the tax system and build a high speed rail network. So not much we haven’t heard before.Where Cameron did get ‘entrepreneurial’ he wasn’t actually trying to. In his carefully-worded repost to Brown’s 'novice' dig, he hit back:“Character and judgement are more important than experience. The risk is not making a change but sticking with what you’ve got and expecting it to turn out differently.”Sounds perfectly entrepreneurial...
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