In a spirit of complete impartiality as British subscribers go to the polls today we offer the following messages to cheer supporters of the three main parties on their way: for the Alliance, Lewis Carroll said it all with ‘Ditto’ said Tweedledum – ‘Ditto ditto’ cried Tweedledee; for Labour, a composite to refer back to the electorate in committee – via the chair of course – is clearly called for, something along the lines of Only a rose? I won’t send you roses – that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet; while Hilaire Belloc said it all for the Tories and Don’t Knows with Always keep a hold of nurse for fear of finding something worse.
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