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Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Cleese, Fry, Lumley & Izzard v Beckett, Blunkett & Prescott

Perhaps the most telling aspect of the battle for electoral reform is that the leading 'Yes' campaigners share great comic wit and timing, while the leading 'No' campaigners merely have surnames that end in 'tt'.

The result should be a triumph of pragmatism over the petty self-interest of has-been Labour politicians.

But the Double-T's will try to make it a vote on t' economy, t' spending cuts, t' cost and t' complexity or some other basis for moral panic.

Personally, I plan to have a lot of fun at their expense.
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