TV chef Antony Worrall Thompson on Tory recipe for success

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Top chef and businessman Antony Worrall Thompson gives his take on David Cameron's last 12 months as the party moved from opposition to government.

He talks about his own left-wing roots before he moved over to the "blue kitchen" as looks back over the election campaign and issues.

This is the third in a series of films by celebrity backers for political parties, with Roy Stride's film for the Liberal Democrats and the Apprentice's Nick Hewer for Labour previously broadcast.

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