Scores settled

9th March 2001 at 00:00

Woodhead is right when he says Labour's biggest failing is too much spin and slick presentation. But as a champion of reality he must accept a couple of truths. One is that Labour are about to be elected for a second term.The other is that Rome cannot be built in a day - or even in a first term. Woodhead's attack made fine reading. Scores have been settled. But do his attacks serve his interests or those of the children?

Leader, March 2

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