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David

Spencer Hart suit, by the way.

And yes, folk are only just starting to twig that Clegg's long game started in 2010 and is far from finished. Not so daft after all.

Simon

I think one explanation for this might be that the playing-against-type of Blair and Cameron was less about competing for the centre than it was about rehabilitating the image of their party. Labour thought it had to stop looking like a bunch of unelectable sandal-wearers and the Tories thought they had to stop looking like a bunch of murderers. Now, post-Iraq and mid-election, it's Labour that has to stop looking like a bunch of murderers and the Tories that have to stop looking like unelectable jumper-wearers. It's not a race to the centre in other words, but a race to the greener grass on the other side. (Which suggests there is no centre, otherwise the winner would stay put. If there actually is a political centre I'm convinced personally that it lies to the left of all three parties. I'm only saying that because there's no way to prove it, but, you know, look at the Olympic opening ceremony.)

Simon

Jumpers. Sandals. Same thing. Stupid Kane.

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