David Cameron has launched a sneaky counter-attack on Ed Miliband. The attack comes just days after Ed Miliband launched his attack on the door of number 10.
The original attack happened on Wednesday when Ed Miliband decided to embark on a light hearted vandalism spree. He painted the front door of number 10 a fantastic shade of Labour red, and then he painted Larry the Cat red as well. This opportunity was seized whilst David Cameron and all the other Tories were listening to the budget speach. It was considered very funny by all involved.
But, when David Cameron got home to Number 10 and saw the damage, he was said to be incandescent with rage and has since had the door painted black again. His exact words to his housekeeper where "I see a red door and I want it painted black" The housekeeper obliged and the door is now back to its usual colour. But David did not consider that the end of the matter.
Ever since this terrible insult to his front door, David Cameron has been looking for an opportunity to get revenge. And that opportunity came this afternoon when every single member of Labour Party HQ packed a picnic and went on a lovely day out to the March For the Alternative.
David saw his chance and took advantage of the situation by going to his local supermarket to buy a very large pot of paint. He took the paint to The Labour Party HQ and he quickly painted their front door a horrible shade of Tory Blue.
He laughed as he walked away because he had used a dastardly trick. A trick that was definitely not in the rules of the fair play, light-hearted, vandalism spree manual. David's dastardly trick came in the shape of a new type of paint. That paint is called "indelible paint", which means the front door of the Labour Party HQ will be blue forever.
No one has heard yet what Ed Miliband's response has been to this terrible deed because he is still on the March. He probably doesn't even know about this atrocity yet, but we are expecting a counter counter attack very soon.
What will Ed do next? I'm not sure, but it will definitely be cunning, clever and exciting, because that's just the way Ed Miliband operates.
By Katarina Frogpond