Vince Cable was on News 24 again today.
Ben Brown introduced him with the words "voted, according to an opinion poll I see in the newspapers, voted Britain's most trusted politician".
As Brown then asked him no difficult questions and nothing about Liberal Democrat policy (only about the government and the Tories), which is par for the course at the BBC, I can well see why Cable's so trusted. George Osborne and Alistair Darling would be trusted much more than they are if no-one ever asked them tricky questions!
Vince was again agreeing with the Labour government and attacking the Tories. This happens so often now that I'm becoming convinced that the twinkle-toed Lib Dem is hoping to dance himself into the position of Chancellor of the Exchequer should there be a hung parliament and a resultant Lib-Lab coalition. Am I right, Michael Crick?