I’m currently in Washington DC (have been for two weeks) and will be attending all three public events of David Cameron’s visit here, including his speech to Brookings on the precarious situation in the Balkans – a subject close to the heart of the Tory leader’s Chief of Staff, Ed
Llewellyn, who was adviser to Paddy Ashdown when the latter was High
Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
At the afternoon press conference I will, as promised, attempt to ask a question on the special relationship from a ConservativeHome reader. Please use the thread below to suggest one.
The Conservative leader’s visit will begin with a visit to Section 60 of Arlington cemetery to pay respects to the American soldiers who have died in the Iraq and Afganistan wars. A moving choice.
I’ll blog as much of the visit as I can, as soon as I can.