From Vanity Fair, Michael Wolff on how Britain seems ready to elect David Cameron, a man who has re-invented his party, as well as himself, by airbrushing out all divisions. What if: Cameron is worse than we imagined — much worse. A group of evangelical Christians has formed a power base within the Conservatives — will a victory at the general election give them influence over social policy? Fat cats and evangelicals: Johann Hari on what a Tory win would really mean and on how Cameronomics has already been tried — in Ireland. Will Britain's Conservatives blow it? From Lawrence & Wishart Books, you can download Is the Future Conservative? for free. Anthony Barnett on Red Blondism. A review of The Conservative Party: From Thatcher to Cameron by Tim Bale (and more and more). An excerpt from Andrew Rawnsley's The End of the Party: The Rise and Fall of New Labour (and more and more and more). Could Gordon Brown become the Harry Truman of British politics? Camila Bassi (Sheffield Hallam): The Anti-Imperialism of Fools: A Cautionary Story on the Revolutionary Socialist Vanguard of England’s Post-9/11 Anti-War Movement. The white far-right BNP and the Islamist fringe Hizb ut-Tahrir fight for their survival. An interview with Peter Kellner on books on British democracy. An Age of Anger: An article on the London Review of Books and the British crisis of democracy. Jonathan Jones on the strange death of liberal England. The baby boomers had everything — free education, free health care and remarkable personal liberties — but they squandered it all, and now their children are paying for it. A review of The Pinch: How the Baby Boomers Stole Their Children's Future — And How They Can Give it Back by David Willetts (and more and more and more and more and more).