4/26/2005|||111453707436385953||||||GREAT MOMENTS IN TV REPORTING
Channel 4 has an item on Michael Howard’s failure to wash his hands before meeting a hospital patient. The Leader of the Opposition duly appears to explain himself. Over on Sky, they are discussing whether or not pupils at a London school booed Tony Blair when he paid a visit today. Or were they just being their normal, charming selves?
Now I know why I haven’t been watching much of the coverage.
Stephen Pollard’s quandary is a lot more interesting.
Iain Murray, who hasn’t given up hope of a Conservative win, seems pretty underwhelmed by the campaign so far:
At this election the choice may be seen as between Labour lies and Tory uselessness.
And John O’Sullivan has some good advice for the blues:
Absolutely. But I don’t suppose it will happen.|||Clive|||http://clivedavis.blogspot.com/2005/04/great-moments-in-tv-reporting-channel.html|||4/26/2005 06:37:00 pm|||||||||
Instead of concentrating on the prime minister's "untrustworthiness," Tory leader Michael Howard would do better to argue that it was Blair's (and his party's) left-wing deference to international law and the U.N. that got him into trouble.