Knowing Me Steve Coogan, Knowing You Tom Watson

Steve Coogan and Tom Watson embark on a Save the NHS tour of North London tomorrow, in what sounds like the worst episode of The Trip ever. Guido recommends Ottolenghi when they reach Islington at lunchtime.

What is it about Labour’s manifesto that attracted coke and hookers fan Coogan to Miliband?

“Labour will take steps to protect the principle of media plurality, so that no media outlet can get too big, including updating our rules for the 21st century media environment. We remain strongly committed to the implementation of the recommendations of the Leveson Inquiry.”

Perhaps Coogan and Watson can talk about all that phone hacking at the Mirror when they’re driving around tomorrow…




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