Red Ken Reignites Catfight

Yesterday Ken Clarke told the local press “I expect I will have to wear body armour the next time I meet Theresa. She was at the thing I was at last night but I thought it was too soon to go over and greet her and say ‘it wasn’t my fault.” However he seems to have allayed his fears this morning and has come back out on the attack against his Cabinet colleague. He has said May used “laughable child-like” examples that were a “parody” of court judgements. After Cameron went out of his way to try to take the heat out of the row with a joke and even a song after his speech yesterday, it’s as if Ken Clarke is trying to get reshuffled. 




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