Spot the difference

Steve Bell on David Cameron, after seeing him talk to fishermen in Grimsby, May 5th 2010:

[At 0.58] “What he (Cameron) does have is this assured set of poses and presentational devices. They’re very effective, but I’m not sure for how long they will be”.

Martin Kettle’s column in the Guardian, July 8th, 2010.

Cameron, in such a short time, has already become such an asset to his party, to his government and, if one may say this, to his country, too. Good manners should be a necessary not a sufficient condition for advancement in politics…

A certain grace has marked Cameron’s outings on the international stage, too…

The seductions of cliquism and presidentialism to which Blair succumbed are off limits because of the hung parliament. A good thing, too, and Cameron has adapted with an admirably sure touch…

Cameron has played a blinder. He is showing himself as potentially the best all-round prime minister of the modern era. Labour’s hopefuls should learn from him. No doubt about it, Cameron wins this season’s political golden boot.

Well, they seem to have been effective for a couple of months, at least.

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7 Responses to Spot the difference

  1. Hannah says:

    I always wondered what the rationale behind the condom was.

  2. Hannah says:

    I also liked the blatant innuendo, with the halibut, at the end.

  3. Jane Watkinson says:

    Love the video – the membrane bit is class!

  4. Jane Watkinson says:

    Thanks for that, will check them out:)

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