Comments on Ming
There hasn't exactly been acres of print about the resignation of the leader of Britain's third party, but of those columnists who have bothered to employ their pen in musings about his demise, none are likely to be sharper than the Times' Alice Miles. She, I think ,'gets it'. Her sharp and humorous analysis is here, and she concludes that the issue is one of communication, and how to get ahead in a nasty world. Ming, she says, was too much the gentleman. Her tip for the top? If the Liberals want to surge forward, they need a 'nasty' leader, and she believes Chris Huhne fits that bill nicely - or robotically. Read the article and see for yourself.