Iain Dale, Conor Ryan and Amol Rajan (see previous post), an unholy alliance, all greatly impressed by Gordon Brown's performance at Prime Minister's Questions. So was I. Relaxed, conversational and - blessed relief after such a long drought - with humour.
But there was one line that was too good to use. Brown invoked the name of Zac Goldsmith, the dormantly non-dom Conservative candidate, and said that David Cameron's inheritance tax cut seemed like something "dreamt up on the playing fields of Eton".
Having a go at Cameron's school, chosen for him by his parents: Not Going to Work.
It is a core vote strategy that may appeal to people that would vote Labour anyway; Middle England won't like it.