I just happened to spot Saturday's Financial Times in a newstand. Not my normal reading. There was an interesting front page story on Rupert Murdoch's view of David Cameron.
Previously, the spin was that Murdoch thought Cameron was the best thing since sliced bread.
Now, when asked what he thinks of Cameron, Murdoch says "Not much".
He adds: "He's totally inexperienced. He's going around the country making speeches which . . . must be hugely upsetting to a lot of his older followers".
I also notice that Tony Blair is jetting off to address the News Corporation clan gathering at Pebble Beach. It seems that David Cameron has not been invited.