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Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Keep taking the tablets

Over on the Guido Fawkes blog there is an extract from Labour campaign supremo, Lucy Powell, in which she lands her leader in some significantly hot water:

'Asked on 5Live this morning whether having to carve their pledges into stone was a sign the public didn’t trust them, Labour’s election chief inexplicably replied:
I don’t think anyone is suggesting that the fact that he’s carved them into stone means, you know, means that he will absolutely, you know, not going to break them or anything like that.”'

In The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, C. S. Lewis recounts how the sacrifice of Aslan on a stone altar is reversed by deep magic that protects the innocent. The stone altar is shattered as the Witch's magic is neutered.

Has Lucy Powell just shattered the magic glue that was keeping the increasingly precarious Labour campaign together?
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