Most Bizarre Quotes of the Election Campaign
'We need to turn Oliver Letwin's Hegelian dialectic into voter-friendly stuff.'
Conservative Party strategist
'It is simple. Vote for what you believe in. If you think their polices are good, vote for them, but if you don't, don't'
Tony Blair advises wavering voters which way to vote
'[David Cameron is] 'the prime minister Britain needs at this time...[he has] 'the substance and the stomach to navigate us through difficult times...I like him. I trust him'.
Multimillionaire entrepreneur Simon Cowell finally decides to plump for supporting David Cameron, the multi-millionaire leader of the Conservative party (offering tax cuts for multimillionaires to encourage more people to become multi-millionaire entrepreneurs) in The Sun, a newspaper owned by a multi-millionaire entrepreneur, Rupert Murdoch. Bet that was a tricky choice, Simon.