Where is the love?

Part I Foreign Policy Centre director Mark Leonard says: “Pro-Europeans cannot afford to let the constitution vote become a referendum on Blair. Two thirds of the public are ready to be swayed but a campaign focusing on the prime minister will lose as many votes as it will gain.” Translation: “Everybody hates Blair and he’s a bloody liability”. I fear the propellor-hat is coming off this wonk, and I don’t think Lord Levy will be pleased with the young Mark, author of “Why Europe will run the 21st Century” [Look in the fiction dept.]

Part II Shagger Norris on Howard’s summer policy blitz “Some of them have hit the spot, most of them have been perfectly sensible but fewer if any have caught the public imagination.” Translation: “I nearly won against Ken. Howard hasn’t a hope at this rate.”

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“If I had to choose between no deal and Mrs May’s original accord, I would have no hesitation of opting for no-deal Brexit but even Mrs May’s deal would be better than not leaving at all.”

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