This is from Jasper Gerrad in the Observer yesterday:
This won't surprise regular readers, but the opposition leader suddenly doing rather well is Sir Menzies Campbell. Forget his joke, his question that bowled Gordon Brown was: if you want change, how about Iraq? Campbell had a good reshuffle, promoting the unsettlingly clever David Laws, and promises big tax cuts for moderate earners. As Cameron and Brown compete to play the hard-line statist, a gap emerges for a genuinely liberal party - Ming's Prius is cruising straight down the middle of the road.