Easy come, easy go

I don’t really know what to add about Harold Elletson that I didn’t say before Chrimbo. My advice to the boys up top would be to kick him out before he defects; openly toying with the idea of joining another political party in the full glare of the media has got to count as a blatant attempt to bring the party into disrepute.

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  1. The notion of Elletson as some sort of significant figure is risible.

    But those MPs following the same (CCO) line of briefing about defections (unsaid: ‘…if [X] gets elected’) are equally culpable.

    The Mail (of all papers) names Cable, Lamb, Browne and Laws as the four most likely. The latter have roundly denounced this, the former in a very mealy-mouthed way.

    If I was feeling mischievous, I’d be accusing one of the leadership campaigns of dirty tricks. Hmmmm…. which one?

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