The Economist

March 8th, 2007

Nice intro to a piece on Ming and the Lib Dems in this week’s Economist made me laugh out loud on the train this morning:

Nobody can say that Sir Menzies Campbell has had an easy first year as leader of his party. As poisoned chalices go, the leadership of the Liberal Democrats 12 months ago resembled something rustled up by Lucrezia Borgia on one of her more vengeful days.

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