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Ex-Gove SpAd Dominic Cummings:

“It took David Cameron 4 years to surrender and in that time we got away with subverting every Whitehall and No.10 process.”

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Michael Gove reflects:

“It’s naturally a wrench to be moved from a job I love… Demotion, emotion, locomotion, whatever I’m engaged in today, I’m pushing forward the government’s agenda.”

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Steve Coogan has a short memory:

“I find people who are in the public eye for something else who suddenly start voicing opinions about everything else quite irritating.”

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Margaret Hodge offers what could be the beginnings of a confession at today’s Tax Transparency Debate in the House of Commons:

“I don’t understand tax. Hiding behind my lack of understanding is not good enough.”

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Speaking on BBC Hereford and Worcester, Chuka Umunna has some trouble working out where he is:

“I doubt most people on the streets in Hereford and Wichita know what a local enterprise partnership is about”

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Miliband guru Lord Glasman:

“We have an England football team of a government, and the reserves are no better. Neither our coaches nor our political leaders seem to understand the relationship between competitiveness and co-operation, team building and winning. We have been managed not led. There seems to be no alternative to conformist mediocrity…

Labour has not told a story about how the centralisation of power, in the market and the state, is the primary problem, and giving incentives to virtue rather than vice is the fundamental solution. And so the most original leftwing thought for some years on social welfare reform vanished almost without trace, reduced to a nasty Labour press release on how the party plans to force young people into training.”

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“Every crook and ne’er do well seems to end up here,” says David Coburn, newly elected UKIP MEP, speaking in Brussels.

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Gordon Brown is at the Guardian’s offices this morning, where he was asked if he had a “sneaking admiration” for Alex Salmond. The Prime Mentalist replied:

“He’s won an election, which is more than I did”

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Dom Cummings blogs on the PM calling him a “career psychopath”:

“No. 10′s first reaction was to decide not to react to my interview, then one of his friends pleaded with me to ‘leave him alone because Miliband would be even worse’ and another threatened me (incompetently).[…]

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Former Gove SpAd Dom Cummings, on David Cameron:

“As Bismarck said about Napoleon III, Cameron is a sphinx without a riddle. Everyone is trying to find the secret of David Cameron but he is exactly what he appears to be.

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Tom Watson on the Fabians’ report showing Labour is losing support to UKIP:

“This must be listened to at the top of the party. I think there is an added problem of the density of former special advisers who speak for Labour in a particular tone that is off-putting.[…]

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“It’s lovely to see you but I have no desire to be part of frontline politics,” says Gordon Brown. An MP.[…]

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Quote of the Night

BBC election guru John Curtice:

‘The truth is that they [Labour] should be on tenterhooks as to whether they will win the seat. That swing that they would need, it is less than the Labour Party achieved in Norwich, less than the Conservatives achieved in Norwich in the last Parliament, less than Labour achieved in Dudley West, Wirrel South just before they won the 1997 election.[…]

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Nigel Farage rubs it in:

“Thanks again for those TV debates, Nick and do keep your chin up in tough times, I would hate to see you go”[…]

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Popbitch’s Westminster c*ckwatch may have found another reason why Clegg always looks so unhappy:

“Nick Clegg, sleek and, dare one say, polished looking, although for some reason peering down at it seemed to make him sad.”[…]

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The New York Times on ex-Obama aides turned Tory and Labour gurus Jim Messina and David Axelrod:

“[Messina speaking about Axelrod] “No, he is my brother, and I love him.” He added that he had spoken with Mr. Axelrod on the phone just that morning about Senate races and Mr.[…]

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Boris praises statements from Carney and Osborne…

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