Eyewear voted Lib Dem in the last general election in Britain - and may do so again - but currently favours a greener party. Meanwhile, two brothers go to war over the leadership of Labour - Dave and Ed. Simply put, Dave is the candidate Blair wants, and Cameron fears, most; Ed is leaning to the "older Labour" supporters. I think Labour should go into a clarifying and cleansing period of opposition, with Ed. Ed was against (nominally) the Iraq War. He represents a break with the spin and cynicism of New Labour. He stands for more than a compromise the middle class voters can live with. Ed may make Labour unelectable. But I doubt that. If The Coalition proves as unpleasant as it looks to be, then plenty of voters will be ready to swing back to a new middle ground - one with just that extra bit of sensitivity to the less-well-off in society.