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No 'Punch and Judy politics' says Cameron

David Cameron has again pledged not to play 'Punch and Judy politics' if, as expected, he is named Tory leader later today.
Mr Cameron, 39, seems certain to face Tony Blair in the Commons for the first time at Prime Minister's Questions tomorrow.

A poor performance in the ritualistic confrontation would threaten the momentum he has built up in the leadership contest.

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