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David Cameron enjoys his chats with the Queen so much he can't resist telling everyone else about them, including this encounter at Chequers where he claimed the monarch got it wrong on a piece of art Embarking on a media blitz at his party conference on September, Nick Clegg (left) wore a dark blue suit, blue shirt and pink tie for his interviews on Sky News.
Then on a visit to Castlehill Primary School in Glasgow, Mr Clegg wore jeans and a pale blue shirt (centre), but by the afternoon he was in grey chinos and a black shirt (right)The nadir of Mr Miliband's PR blundering came in May when he embarked on a national tour ahead of local and European elections, kicking off with a visit to New Covent Garden flower market, where he met stall holders, bought flowers and then sat down to eat a bacon sandwich.
But it took less than four weeks after handing over the reins of the party to Nicola Sturgeon before he announced he will stand as an MP in 2015, raising the prospect of him becoming Deputy Prime Minister in a power-sharing deal with Labour.
And I have read that there are some people – probably the type who are thinking of defecting to Ukip – who present themselves at A&E with barely credible injuries sustained through vacuum cleaner abuse.'Farage said it was a matter of simple commonsense, adding: 'I think that given some people feel very, very embarrassed by it, it isn't too difficult to breastfeed a baby in a way that's not openly ostentatious.'Giving a tour of the house to a group of MPs, the Prime Minister pointed out an Anthony van Dyck painting of a family then went on to recount a conversation that took place when the Queen and Prince Philip made a visit to Chequers in February.
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