On Friday he said:
"Charlie Chaplin could do a better job running the Home Office than this Labour Government."And on Saturday it was:
"Frankly the Keystone Cops would do a better job running the Home Office and keeping our data safe than this government, and if this government cannot keep the data of thousands of guilty people safe, why on earth should we give them the data of millions of innocent people in an ID card database?"At least "frankly" is of more recent vintage. It was Paddy Ashdown's catchphrase in the 1990s.