The first is at Freemania:
Today Gordon Brown gives evidence to the Chilcot inquiry. This weekend, amid violent attacks on polling stations, Iraq holds an election. I wonder which will get the most coverage?
The rest of the world exists primarily as a mirror for us.
The second is at Skuds’ place:
If a week is a long time in politics then several weeks is long enough for an almighty u-turn. Or is it called a flip-flop these days?
David Cameron on Feb 8th:
For years all parties have taken the same view that someone’s tax status is a matter between them and the Inland Revenue. That needs to change.
David Cameron this week:
You have to respect people’s privacy and you have to respect the view that someone’s tax status is a matter between them and the Revenue.
I wonder what happened inbetween those dates?