Mr Cameron’s aides seem keen not to have their leader photographed with a private jet parked in the background, just outside the window.
He was interviewed by The Independent on Sunday in the rarefied surroundings of a private lounge at London City Airport’s Jet Centre. On other days, billionaires read The Wall Street Journal there and drink espresso while their pilots refuel their executive jets. It is hot and bright and noisy on the tarmac, but in our bubble it is air conditioned and softly lit.
The Tory leader, who looks at home among the cream leather armchairs and oak panelling, is travelling by private plane to get to as many marginal seats as possible: he has an election to fight. But everyone in the room is aware of where we are. Mr Cameron’s aides seem keen not to have their leader photographed with a private jet parked in the background, just outside the window.” —