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Michael Portillo on reinventing politicians after losing elections

David Cameron thought being leader of the opposition was the toughest job in politics - but how do rejected political parties break with the past that put them there?

Susana Mendonça reports from London's Cartoon Museum, and spoke to former Tory cabinet member Michael Portillo and Tony Blair's former speech writer Phil Collins.

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  • 15 Mar 2011
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