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Posted by Arthur Sixpense (U10838182) on Wednesday, 3rd October 2012
Charlie Stayt's disarming yet clever interview techniques sent Ed the Head reeling this morning. At first challenging Millis ordinary man credentials, he then moved on to trap the befuddled Labour leader on the ropes. First on questions about Labour's attitude to David Cameron's wealth and then onto Millibands own financial position "what are you on".
This sent Milli teetering and stammering. It reminded me of Gordon Brown's first day as Primeminister when he affectively appealed for leniency from the tories as it was his fist day. The way Cameron looked at him - you just knew this was not going to work out well. Now I am no Tory or liberal - I loathe them both - but what I saw Charlie do today was not only to dent Milliband's credibility but also to demonstrate he cannot think on his feet.
Posted by Peta (U24) on Wednesday, 3rd October 2012
Can you add your comments to the main BBC Breakfast discussion please?
You'll find it here
Thanks, closing this one as it's a duplicate.
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