As readers will be aware, in my view the “Ming must go” debate in the blogosphere is a distraction being lead by armchair generals who are either unwilling or unable to conceive of what they are really calling for (i.e. self-immolation for the party for the second time in 18 months, with the option for… Continue reading Not whispering but shouting
Shuffling in the shadows
There have been not one, but two, shadow cabinet reshuffles since I last blogged. I’m beginning to make the dead tree press look positively on the pulse. First, the Conservative one. I can’t decide if Cameron has simply decided to copy everything Gordon Brown says, or if he has given up the ghost and has… Continue reading Shuffling in the shadows
Further to my rather petulant post on Friday, I now am given to understand that Ming is likely to be there on 4 November. I’m also delighted to note that the button I mocked up on Friday is now listed on the official party buttons (see sidebar). So now you have NO excuse.