National Labour, New Labour

Guido was down in the cellars earlier and bumped into the ghost of Ramsay MacDonald wandering about with an uncharacteristic smile on his face. Ramsay told Guido that in this centenary of the Labour party’s founding he will be watching Blair and the vote on the Education Bill with interest.

Guido, not being well versed in Labour party lore was bemused until he explained to me how he too, in the national interest, relied on Tory votes. Labour forevermore treated him as a traitor.

Guido has never liked Ramsay and his temperance ways…

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