1,474 shares, 1,612 likes and 773 tweets later, suffice it to say that Scrapbook’s article on David Cameron’s conference references to his disabled son hit something of a nerve last week. Having been fiercely attacked for tweeting the piece, Alex Salmond’s top aide in the Scottish Parliament even issued a statement defending it as “a robust and well argued piece […]
Be it Cain and Abel or Edmund and Edgar, references to Labour’s fraternal rivalry grew shopworn after four months of competition. But catching up on coverage of Labour conference yesterday evening, Scrapbook was most amused by Andrew Rawnsley’s Sicilian rendering of the leadership competition. There can only be one capo di tutti capi.