Out of touch crosses party lines
The over-use of "out of touch" shows no sign of relenting despite my blog yesterday.
Firstly it crossed party lines from Labour to the Government, as David Cameron levelled Westminster's three favourite words at the EU.
Then Yvette Cooper said the Government was "so out of touch that Ministers don't know what is happening on our borders" as the Home Office was also accused of putting out misleading statistics.
But today's prize use goes to Michael Dugher, for this on Oliver Letwin's bin troubles, with a H/T to @DavidHughesPA.
He said: "This Government is desperately out of touch, but when people tried to tell Oliver Letwin what was happening, he dumped their letters in a park bin. That's not just out of touch. It's out to lunch."
I have a feeling we are a long way from a ban.
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