Tory wobbles

The Sundays itch with speculation about an April election as the Tory lead dips to below 10%. The man himself, speaking later on a frantic Friday which started at 4.30 a.m. with his redeye flight to Belfast tells the Observer: “ Labour can still win it, I’m absolutely sure of it. “ Next week , we’re told he goes personal and weeps before Piers Morgan as he recalls the terrible loss of baby Jennifer. Meanwhile David Cameron is assailed from left and right for wobbling as he moved closer to Labour over the scale of public spending cuts. The Sunday Times takes its own line on the Constitution Unit’s briefing on discreet plans on how to form a new government under a hung parliament…

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