"He's gone really, really strange in the last 10 days," a long-term associate told Scotland on Sunday. "He used to just be himself and know what to do, now he's surrounded by all these advisers telling him what to say and think." Those advisers take in representatives of the next generation, including Matthew Taylor and David Laws, and even more youthful MPs such as Nick Clegg and Sarah Teather - a coterie who lobbied hard behind the scenes for Kennedy's resignation last week.It also tells you who suggested he ask that question about schools without heads last Wednesday.
Sunday, January 15, 2006
It's raining on Ming's coronation
Scotland on Sunday has an article on the tensions within the Menzies Campbell camp: