A Conservative is likely to come under pressure to explain the circumstances of a “personal guided tour” of parliament he gave to his constituents – who were being charged £69 per head.
Kensington Tories have just delivered one of their first ‘short campaign’ leaflets — dubbed ‘Out Of Touch’ by some local residents because they only appear at election time.
Released to support a new Michael Winterbottom and Russell Brand documentary on the banking industry.
Hurtling towards next Thursday’s seven-way TV debates — undoubtedly the Green’s biggest ever set piece — with a massively elevated public profile, party supporters might be forgiven for questioning the wisdom of leader Natalie Bennett doing debate prep in the middle of a busy fast food restaurant in Zone 1.
Tory Aidan Burley — who left parliament yesterday after Scrapbook tipped off French authorities about that Nazi-themed Alpine stag do — used his valedictory speech to, errrr, attack his own constituents and complain he wasn’t paid enough.
If viewed as an expectation game, there can be no question that Miliband triumphed tonight. First up, the lobby:
Miliband very weak on borrowing but he survived the character stuff and fought back with humour. He gets a clear win overall
— Tim Shipman (@ShippersUnbound) March 26, 2015
Though clearly rattled, Cameron survived his encounter with Jeremy Paxman without a major gaffe.