Time to duck and cover

There is no question that the media remain sceptical about David Cameron.  The amazingly varied coverage of his trip to Rwanda superbly demonstrated this point.  Some corners of the press think it was a fantastic idea, whereas some stuck the knife in about the floods (even though the trip was planned over a year ago).
 
Gordon Brown is probably right to remain fairly quiet during a rocky period for the leader of the opposition, and he's not the only one who seems to be benefiting in the polls.  Has anyone else noticed that calls for Ming Campbell's head have subsided greatly and that the Lib Dems are picking up a few more points in the polls, without them doing anything noteworthy?

Tom Richmond

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