What do Virgin Radio and the New Scientist have in common? They’ve both been graced with Tony Blair’s presence over the past week. Blair phoned Virgin on Friday (which by chance I heard) to ask listeners to support the Freeman Heart and Lung Transplant Association. Meanwhile, he is in the New Statesman this week banging… Continue reading Operation Legacy goes forward
Tommygate continues to bemuse. Is Watson the first minister to resign in order to spend more time with the Chancellor’s family? The “cover story” – that Watson was merely visiting to give Brown’s baby a present – is so laugh-out-loud unlikely that it could actually be true – who would make up an alibi like… Continue reading WATthef***SgoingON?
When is a chair not a chair?
I’m a little confused. Ed Davey has been elected unopposed as Chair of the Lib Dems Campaigns and Communications Committee. But Lord Rennard has simultaneously been appointed Chair of the General Election Campaign. This is confusing, because the CCC Chair post replaced the Chair of the GE Campaign post back in the late 90s. What’s… Continue reading When is a chair not a chair?