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This is weird.


The Conservative Tory British publication, the Spectator, and the the liberal British Labor publication, The New Statesman, both portray the Labour Party leadership as …

… Wallace and Gromit.

At the same time.

I can’t be the only person who noted this.  And… sure enough, I’m not.  And

The Specatator cover’s Gromit is Ed Balls, the other major figure in British Labour.

A quick google search of the usages of Wallace and Gromit with current British leadership suggests some historical characterizing over the years of  of Wallace to Miliband and Gromit to Cameron — see here for not any picture, but a description.  Why?  I don’t know.  Why not?

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