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Meeting with the mega-rich comedian turned champagne revolutionary is just the latest in a series of silly stunts from a party whose hypocrisy defies belief
'Well, his friend suggests, how about cutting back on some of the less essential members of his domestic staff? Does he really need a hairdresser on call 24/7, for instance? Or a permanent chauffeur? And what about his travel arrangements? Is using a commercial airliner out of the question, instead of always travelling by private jet?
“Nah,” says Brand. “Don’t be daft.”
The weird thing is, he'd be right. It would be a daft suggestion. Russell Brand’s transformation from a cynical, sexually-voracious movie star into an earnest, working class revolutionary is now complete. The disconnect – the yawning chasm – between Brand’s decadent, extravagant lifestyle and the left-wing values he professes to believe in hasn’t caused so much as a hiccup.'
Our commentators Jonathan Freedland, Gaby Hinsliff, Hugh Muir and Polly Toynbee give their reactions to the seven-way televised debate
It’s not that he did badly. His answers were fluent and when he had the chance to square up directly against David Cameron he was forceful. He said the PM had promised to protect the NHS and had let voters down. “They believed you, they believed you,” he said.gainst HIV-positive foreigners, it was Plaid Cymru’s Leanne Wood who won applause by telling him he should be ashamed of himself...'