General Election 2005: Election Diary
Dominic Grieve, the shadow Attorney General, who seized on the heart of the Iraq issue when he said he would not have backed the war if he had known what the Attorney General had been saying then.
Michael Howard, after Professor Sir Bob Worcester, chairman of MORI, warned that the Conservatives were seen as extreme, out of touch and divided. 'If you were a poker player and you were dealt that hand, you'd fold,' he said.
Are we nearly there yet?
Playwright and commentator Keith Waterhouse finds the campaign hard going. 'Unless John Prescott thumps somebody, this is going to be the longest week in politics since last week,' he said.
Match of the day
Gordon Brown and Tony Blair, sported similar spotted burgundy ties yesterday. Vote Blair, get another bloke in a dodgy tie.
Quote of the day (part one)
'...regime change cannot be the objective of military action.' The …
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