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Tony Blair, following his spring conference epiphany, claimed that he and the party were no longer arrogant. Now it’s not that I’m doubting that, but I’m not entirely sure what else announcing that ‘the job is largely done’ a little under two weeks before polling day – and a little over half way though the campaign – can be called.
When will Mr Blair realise that Mr Campell is more of a liability than an asset? And when will Mr Campbell realise that Mr Blair is more of a liability than an asset? They should, as usual, all be ashamed. And should certainly not receive your vote.