In previous years, the Tory leader has selected cards designed by children in his constituency to send out his Christmas greetings. Last year's card was designed by 11-year-old Bethany Brown...
.... the previous year's card featured a drawing by seven-year-old Scarlett Sadler from Woodstock CE Primary School, Woodstock, Oxfordshire...
...while his 2005 card was designed by eight-year-old Iona Brow of St Mary's school, Chipping Norton .
Gordon Brown refuses to allow photographs of his own young children to appear in public .
Tony Blair, the former Prime Minister, was criticised for featuring his own four young children on his annual festive card .
Derek Conway, who was suspended for making improper payments to members of his family, proudly displayed the whole family on his card last year .
Most party leaders have steered clear of personal cards, but their choices can be telling. When William Hague was Tory leader, he chose a painting of a hardy shepherd battling to lead his flock home and to safety .
Charles Kennedy, however, chose an impersonal scene which gave away nothing (apart from its obvious Scottishness).
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