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IDS gets giggles while proclaiming confidence that Tories will win at next election
Conservative "leader" Iain Duncan Smith burst into giggles during an interview this morning as he asserted again that he is confident that the Conservative Party will win the next general election. Analysts are claiming it is his most inappropriate giggling fit to date.

Duncan Smith was appearing on Radio 4's Today programme to discuss the Way Forward for Britain scheme which will see new members of the Conservative Party rewarded with an attractive clock/radio.

He was explaining the many benefits of joining the party before going on to describe how the party would win the next general election. However, halfway through his assertions studio staff noticed that he had began to giggle "like a schoolgirl."

He then added, "I can't believe I have to go on pretending with this crap, it gets funnier and funnier. I mean look at us. There's no way anyone is going to vote for us." He then asked the host of the show, John Humphreys, if they could begin again. Humphreys informed Duncan Smith that the programme went out live, at which point Duncan Smith lambasted the BBC for its alleged pro-Labour bias and their "secret left-wing agenda", before continuing to giggle.

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