Labour’s general election co-ordinator Douglas Alexander in email to party supporters at the weekend:
“The differences between our campaign and The Tories’ have never been clearer, and these don’t just reflect different budgets — they reflect different approaches to winning this election.
“We’ll focus our campaign on issues, not personalities — we won’t run any billboard posters with pictures of David Cameron on them.
But Douggie appears to be having trouble co-ordinating his own memory. Here’s an attack on David Cameron — described as an “online poster” — which was released on January 4 to accompany a “state of the race” memo from, errr, Douglas Alexander.
So is this a U-turn or are Labour reserving their Cameron attack material for online?