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It is Harman

It is Harman
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So a minister who was dumped from the cabinet for not being up to the job in 1998 is now the deputy leader of the Labour party. Listening to her speech, it became clear how Labour under Brown will attack Cameron. She accused the Tory leader of “opportunism, weakness, no sense of direction”. She also tried to make a joke about Cameron, his “yellow rubber gloves” and the need to “warm women about the sort of man David Cameron is” which didn’t quite come off.

Anyway, one wonders what Frank Field makes of a Brown-Harman leadership!