“So, after about ninety minutes on television, the general public have now been won over. The third man in the role in five years – and the youngest ever – has won round a public who didn’t realise how much they wanted change. I must admit, I still have my doubts – I wasn’t sure of his suitability even in comparison to his lacklustre predecessor in the role – but even I’m impressed with his easy charm and way of connecting with viewers, without resorting to cheap cliche and angsty emoting. And of course, there was still that cliffhanger to deal with – why *do* his deadliest enemies appear to be taking his side?
But enough about Nick Clegg…”