This Won’t “Minimise” the Soap Opera

Opening up on the BBC this morning, David Miliband said “we talk to each other, he’s my brother”.  There must have been a rather blunt conversation after his interesting assessment of Labour’s problems in last week’s Staggers.

The King Over the Water decried the “soap opera” and claimed to be trying to “minimise” it, whilst simultaneously stirring it up:

“I lost an election. I didn’t take a decision not to think. I didn’t take a Trappist vow that said that I’m never going to say anything again.” 

There was plenty of praise for Ed, but David refused to rule out a return to the front-line one day. The tragicomedy rumbles on…

UPDATE:

Quite.


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