Only early on did the rhetoric threaten to go out of control. He described Tavish Scott, the party’s Scottish leader, a few yards away, as one of the “most dynamic leaders we have had”, an intrepid “Viking” figure, a “whirlwind” figure, a “true people’s politician”. Over the stunned features of Mr Scott, a rich blush spread. He had never heard anything like it.That makes them both plonkers then ...
06 March 2010
Cleggy goes over the top
I suppose it's a vote of confidence. The Times reports: