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http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2011/jun/18/prime-ministers-questions-ed-miliband-david-cameron?CMP=twt_iph

What a brilliant article, it contains some brilliant one liners:

Everyone remembers Cameron’s opening salvo against Blair in December 2005: “You were the future once.” An “anologue PM in a digital age” was his jibe against Brown. In 1999 Blair punctured William Hague as “Billy Bandwagon”, a man with “good jokes, bad judgment”. After Harold Macmillan‘s bloodiest reshuffle in 1962, future Liberal leader Jeremy Thorpe quipped that he had “laid down his friends for his life”. Like Vince Cable’s “Stalin to Mr Bean” crack at Brown during PMQs in 2007, such soundbite verdicts often stick. They always did.

And its so good to read a mainstream media article where somebody understands constitutional principles. Hurrah.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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