22 April 2009

No such thing as bad publicity?

The Coffee House blog is covering tomorrows front page coverage of Budget 09. And it won't make pleasant reading in Numbers 10 & 11 Downing Street.

The Daily Mail’s headline is the rather droll ‘Alistair in wonderland’. 

The Telegraph blasts ‘The return of class war’. 

The Guardian’s has ‘Darling’s great squeeze’. 

The FT's is 'Darling gambles on growth'. 

The Sun lists the bad economic news and has a headline about how 'At least it's sunny'; appropriately it is meant to rain this Sunday. 

The Times has the wonderful double—or is it triple—entendre, ‘Red all over’. 

The Independent highlights the breach of Labour’s manifesto promise not to change income tax rates with the line ‘That’s rich!’.  

The Daily Express’s front page is simply, ‘They’ve ruined Britain’.

Who do you think is going to win the battle for the budget narrative? Hmm...

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