Ed Says No to Nigel

Yesterday’s Yes2AV launch was conspicuously Clegg-less, but he wasn’t the only leader missing. Despite probably being the campaigns most useful asset in getting through to real people outside of the beltway, Guido hears that Nigel Farage and UKIP are a little miffed that they were left out in the cold. It was alll smiles with Caroline Lucas from the Greens, so it’s not as if smaller parties were a ruled out.  A Yes campaign source said the decision didn’t come from them and it was Miliband’s office that refused to share a platform. Guido has put it to them, but no answer as of yet…


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Ken Livingstone deployed a corker on TalkRadio this afternoon…
“I joined the Labour Party 50 years ago this month and in all that time I have never heard a single anti-semitic comment.”

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