Quotation of the Day
Philip Collins in The Times (pay wall) says: “I was always wary of asking for clarity from Mr Miliband. I had more than a suspicion that I would then pine for the days of indecision.”
He reports that an anonymous Labour former minister has “gone from a state of fearing that Labour would not win to a state of fearing that it would”, and concludes:
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Ed Miliband’s father Ralph made his intellectual reputation with Parliamentary Socialism, a book in which he argued that it is not possible to legislate your way to the promised land. Should he sneak to the head of a coalition, which is the summit of his credible ambition, it will surely be the fate of Ralph’s second son finally to prove his father right.
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