Yesterday I mentioned that Gordon Brown, resigning perhaps in the hope that the Lib Dems would consider a deal with Labour once he was no longer leading it, was photographed wearing a purple tie.
Purple is the colour adopted by the "Fair Vote Now" protesters who demonstrated outside the Lib Dem headquarters while negotiations were going on about the Tory offer of a Parliamentary Commission to ignore - I mean study - the case for Electoral Reform.
I signed off by saying that we should watch out for Cameron wearing a purple tie.
And guess what?
Today, the new Prime Minister David Cameron was photoed on the steps of 10 Downing street wearing a purple tie and chatting with his new Deputy Prime Minister and NBF, Nick Clegg.
Clegg seems to be wearing a yellow tie - the colour of his party.
Perhaps we should take it as a message that Cameron really means it this time on electoral reform. He's apparently promised that there'll be a whip to ensure all the Tory MPs vote in favour of a referendum , although they'll be free to campaign against a yes vote in the actual referendum.
And Clegg seems to be reassuring his own party that Lib Dem values will not be diluted by getting into bed with the Tories.
Of course they could have just picked the tie with the least egg stain on it.
After all, they've all been awake since last Thursday...
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