'Small thoughts lead to dull words'
At the National Theatre last night, David Hare was in suitably ruminative, combative form - he did wonder why no British theatre fancied reviving The Absence of War a few weeks before an election.
So instead, it's left to The Guardian to provide him a home during the campaign. And what a wise decision that is proving to be. Today's post is typically crisp and insightful, viz:
In this election, the words are dull because the thoughts are small.