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23 March 2012

Friday caption competition

Miliband and Cameron come face-to-face.

By Linda Colley

The Queen’s address at Westminster Hall brought the great and the good of British politics together. But what are Dave and Ed saying to each other?

Answers in the comment box below, please.

Tuesday’s caption competition, which featured Tony Blair meeting Ed Miliband, is here.

Winner: Bruce Bruce

Ed: “Any advice for me?”

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Tony: “You should channel your earnings through a complicated web of companies and partnerships, and also write off most of your revenue as administrative expenditure. Can I get an invoice for this chat, by the way?”

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