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It's drinks all round.

The Tory leadership fight turned personal last night after two front-runners attacked one another ( by comparing themselves to popular drinks.

Shadow Home Secretary David Davis and shadow Education Secretary David Cameron launched their campaigns yesterday insisting one should be considered the Coca-Cola of the party and the other Heineken.

Mr Cameron accused his rival of faking his pitch to be a moderniser, calling on rank-and-file members to "buy Coca-Cola, get the real thing."

In turn, Mr Davis compared himself to Heineken ( a man able to refresh parts of Britain other Conservatives cannot reach.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 3, 2005
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