Little Bro Has Big Mo (Too Late To Vote Though)

You can bet your bottom dollar that David Miliband is rueing the day he didn’t stab Gordon this morning. Suddenly the race to be the next Labour leader got interesting. The late-in-the-game switch to Ed as favourite has been aided in no small part by the fact it was left-wing Red Ken beating right-wing Blarite Oona in a miniature version of the national race. This must be torture for David…

Nice to see the lobby are catching up with the fast pace this morning, it seems the pack have realised some people actually put their money when their mouths are.

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