Millibabble? We at least have to answer
I'm often quick to mock David Milliband but to get where he is in the Labour Party he must at least have some political nous. Here he is in today's Observer. In an otherwise anodine, tedious and fairly childish interview he does come out with this gem:
"The two traditions of Conservative politics that have co-existed for the last 100 years - the commitment to open markets and a commitment to stability and order, what we used to call Victorian values - are dramatically at odds".
Thought-provoking challenge to which the Tories must find an answer. Maintaining this coalition is key to future success of the Party. Hopefully I can try to get to grips with my answer over the next week.