Two articles by me, elsewhere:
Two reasons why the Libdems cannot rest easy [Guardian]
It’s in the interests of Lib Dems to play up their position in the polls – after all they’ve never been taken more seriously. That means fewer people who think that voting Lib Dem is a “wasted vote”. But Clegg still faces two challenges that will reduce his party’s vote on polling day. And he must take action to deal with them now.
The right hand of God [New Statesman]
You could be forgiven for thinking that the David Cameron project has been striking in its unwillingness to say much about faith. None of the inner circle of Cameron, George Osborne, Andy Coulson and Steve Hilton is regarded as particularly religious, and avoiding the subject is part of the Tory detoxification project. Yet there are signs that a change is afoot.
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