I think, on the whole, that David Cameron is a vacuous politician who thinks more about style than substance and whose main policy seems to be "look at me, I'm like tony Blair, but nicer". However, today he has made completely the right decision on Grammar schools and deserves praise for doing so.
David Cameron has highlighted that Grammar schools are full of middle class kids. This is a glaring admission that selection favours the middle classes at the expense of the poor.
The Tory party have a long way to go on this and David Cameron has to do a lot more than this to convince me he has anything to offer those of us who work in education, but it is a good first step in the right direction.
Well done Mr Cameron - Now that's a first from me.