Blimey, these two have been busy today.
The "air war" (the media - airwaves, geddit?) is in full swing with both Andy Slaughter and Shaun Bailey each featuring in today's Evening Standard. Andy is quoted in this article welcoming the Standard's 'dispossesed' campaign, which he made while leading a debate in Parliament on Hammersmith's housing situation. Shaun has the pictured piece in the letters section relating to what needs to be done to end poverty.
Andy attacks the Tories in Hammersmith for what he calls "..a deliberate political and economic policy to remove Labour voters from an area, as Shirley Porter did [in Westminster]." He is referring to the Council's plans to redevelop estates.
Shaun on the other hand attacks Labour, or what he calls "..the liberal Left", for having a "..fear of talking about schools setting any barriers for children over sex and relationships or anything else." He is referring to a case of a woman featured in the Standard who had had 11 children from 5 different fathers. He argues that Labour is responsible for a system that has created a poverty trap.
You be the judge on the content of what they say, but sometimes I have to admit it's really hard keeping up with these two!