Four celebrity ‘twumbs-ups’ for Nick Clegg #iagreewithnick

Here are four approving sleb tweets spotted during the course of the debate …

    John Cleese (comedy god)

    Well, well, well. First leaders debate, and LibDems do so well. Good
    luck to them.

    Phillip Schofield (TV presenter)

    It’ll be fascinating to see how that’s altered the polls. I’m thinking Mr Clegg hasn’t done himself any harm tonight #leadersdebate

    Graham Linehan (writer, Father Ted, Black Books and The IT Crowd)

    Is it just me or is Clegg storming this? #leadersdebate

    Chris Addison (comedian, star of The Thick of It)

    Few would have recognised Nicholas Cleggolas before this evening. This is hugely significant for him, whoever ‘wins’. #leadersdebate

… have we missed any?

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5 Comments

  • Cleggolas – I like it!!

  • paul barker 16th Apr '10 - 5:07pm

    I cant beleive that no-one has done a cartoon showing NC as a volcano & the other two as grounded planes, I would put one up myself if I could do faces. Marfs cartoon on Political Betting is good, check it out.

  • My point is very simple. We call this nation of ours a Liberal Democracy, don’t we? Well after last night, maybe, just maybe we have a chance of actually having one for a change.

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