Cameron and Clegg: who is more upper crust? ... 对比 卡梅隆和克莱格 看英国人的阶级观
The drawing of such distinctions, not just between but also within classes, is a peculiarly British urge. As Robert Cecil once wrote: "Directly Man has his most elementary material wants, the first aspiration of his amiable heart is for the privilege of being able to look down on his neighbours." So who, in the new Cameron-Clegg menage, is looking down on whom? Which was born with the longer silver spoon?