Jump on the Harriet Bandwagon

A co-conspirator reminds Guido that it was the Fink himself who foresaw the potential for Harriet back in May. Elsewhere in pundit land Jackie Ashley makes a pretty uncoded call on the sisterhood in the Guardian:

In nine decades, we’ve seen just one female prime minister, one female foreign secretary and one female home secretary…. It’s easy to dismiss the presence of more than 100 women MPs on those green benches for the last 11 years…Only this week we have seen the new equalities bill in parliament, piloted by Harriet Harman…it’s quite normal to see women up there at the centre of power without batting an eye…

Yes, but Guido gets the wink and the nod Jackie. Andrew Gimson in the Labourgraph urges her on subtly Harriet Harman should go for Labour leadership. The Mail paints her as a “stand in” PM. The great she-pundit Polly ominously says “face-change at the top” may be coming. Wonder which face she has in mind…?

Tomorrow is Harriet’s chance to shine at PMQs. C’mon Harriet…

UPDATE : Comrade Dale has spotted her lunching with Jack Straw.




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