When “Cameron Gate” hit the headlines journalists were excited because they thought they had something that would topple the government. We saw Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson the Prime Minister of Iceland resign, would the same happen to David Cameron?
In an age where “success” is plastered across every tabloid, magazine or on-line gossip column it seems very easy for us to lose sight of what success is. We could argue that it is a fairly new phenomenon but if we go back to the 1980s without 24-hour access to people’s lives we could be forgiven for thinking that working in the city and driving a flash car meant success. And as we go back through time there are perhaps numerous examples we could turn to.