The outstanding issue this week is the comments of Ed Miliband on image politics. Ed has a dreadful public image, but he insists it is substance and policy that count. Boris Johnson analyses Ed’s comments in his latest Daily Telegraph article.Boris begins: “By ’eck Wallace, is that it? Is that the best you can do? A few days ago, the Labour leader gave a widely publicised speech in which he lamented the modern political obsession with image rather than substance. It was all so wrong and annoying, he said. People focused on how you looked when you were eating a bacon butty or whether you bore a resemblance to a Plasticine animated character – when what the public wanted, said Ed Miliband, was ideas; first, last, always – ideas, policies, programmes and hard-edged initiatives.
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