David Cameron failed to knock out Brown at PMQ's today, but his allegation's of moral cowardice certainly stick. Meanwhile Ming asked a good and concise question, which recieved (of course) a deceitful and incorrect answer. I should add that Vince Cable was as ever exemplary yesterday during the pre-budget debate.
However, Cameron still looks like the braying arch-Tory he really is, and for all his clever words I doubt if he will really be all that popular when the election finally comes, whilst Gordon Brown looks utterly stupid by failing to go to the country. He is either a coward who doesn't want to submit to the people's view, or he has no control over his advisors and spin doctors. Neither of these is an appealing prospect. It's looking like its going to be a tough 2 years, folks.