Observations from the Labour Party Conference 5: Lord Peter Mandelson electrifies those parts of the Conference that haven’t felt a tingle this week

Lord Peter Mandelson’s speech is the talk of the Conference so far.  For those who didn’t see it, the text is here.

This morning at a fringe breakfast – ostensibly about Northern Ireland (he followed Martin McGuinness) – he made the point again: “The centrist David Cameron didn’t last long under pressure – and that interests me.”

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  1. The multi-millionaires who run the Tory party in the interests of its billionaire owners are desperate to avoid a fourth election defeat in a row.

    Mr David Chameleon will say/do anything to avoid being the fifth tory leader to be defeated by Labour, or thrown out by his own side.

    If Saint Mandelson wins Big Brother he will be embraced in any position of his choosing, bar whichever Osborne wants: he obviously has the vid of Chameleon’s disgrace at some Bullers bash, for there can be no other reason for his retention.

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