Comment of the day: Taken from the Telegraph and Mail

“Gillian Duffy had only popped out to buy a loaf of bread. But by the time she got home, following a chance encounter with the Prime Minister, the 65-year-old widow had become the woman who could seal the outcome of the general election.” – Daily Telegraph

“It was the day that the great unspoken issue of the election – immigration – exploded in Gordon Brown’s face. What should have been a routine encounter with a Labour-supporting grandmother turned into an unmitigated disaster for the PM. Seconds after telling her she was a ‘good woman’, Mr Brown was caught by a TV microphone privately attacking Gillian Duffy, 66, as a ‘bigot’ for daring to raise immigration with him – laying bare his contempt for the concerns of millions of voters.” – Daily Mail


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