I am not surprised at all that David Cameron has won the Tory party leadership.
Earlier on in the campaign, I thought he would fall on his sword when his private life came under scrutiny.
But by the later stages of the race the press was firmly behind him.
I think David Davis was unfairly condemned for one, albeit important, poor speech at the Conservative Party Conference.
He also would have made a great Tory leader and was a shoe-in prior to that speech.
However, with the in-fighting behind them once again, at least the Conservatives can begin on a real high this time with no visible dark
It may all yet fizzle out to nothing.
Cameron will certainly be no match for Tony Blair.
However, Gordon Brown will face a big challenge from Cameron, not least the fact that Cameron makes him look old!
Once Brown becomes Labour leader he will have to work hard against Cameron's youthful and good-natured persona.
I think that Labour should be very afraid.