OK, so this probably (definitely) will be my last post for a day or two, but I simply couldn't resist. This morning Broadcasting House on Radio 4 did a feature on the Liberal Democrats and there terrible scandal ridden year. During the feature a number of Liberal Democrat councillors were asked about how they would feel when Gordon Brown came along and all anyone talked about was Brown/Cameron.
The response was certainly interesting, the general consensus was that Ming Campbell was not up to the job and would need to be replaced before the next General Election else it would not play out very well for the Lib Dems. So, that's rumblings from Lib Dems about the ability of their leader at Christmas. What is it they say about history? If the noise for a snap election next October grows, might we have yet another leadership contest?