The penultimate week of the election hasn't been quite so much fun. It's almost as if politicians think they have serious campaigning to do.
The penultimate week of the election hasn't been quote so much fun. It's almost as if politicians think they have serious campaigning to do.
Luckily, leader of the Scottish Tories, Ruth Davison, has been providing enough entertainment for everyone. Over the last few weeks she has been picturing grinning with a trout, playing the bagpipes, being the caller a bingo and mocking Alex Salmond by feeding a BuzzFeed journalist a solero – yet she has managed to strike the perfect balance between showing her cheerful, human side and running a serious campaign.
Meanwhile, Ed Miliband decided to court the youth vote by being interviewed by Russell Brand. Questionable for many reasons (not least the fact that it was a bit late to convince people to ignore Brand and vote given registration had closed), it was pretty hilarious when he started picking up Brand’s style of speaking towards the end of interview (he was ‘ain’t’-ing all over the place).
Back with the Tories, David Cameron unfortunately forgot which football team he supports – Aston Villa or West Ham. An easy mistake to make when he must have such a strong local connection to both…
This week heralded the most important date on the political calendar – ‘Ed Balls Day’. Britain celebrated in style:
Finally, this week also saw yet another letter endorsing the Conservatives. We’ll leave you this take on it: