From today's Scotsman...Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell was yesterday urged to ignore his "wretched" advisers and follow his instincts when tackling Tony Blair at Prime Minister's Questions. Former Liberal leader Lord Steel acknowledged that Sir Menzies had been criticised for failing to make a bigger impact at question time. "I don't know what's gone slightly wrong," said Lord Steel in an interview on BBC Radio 4's The Week in Westminster, "but I have my suspicion and it's this - Ming was very, very good on his own. He was a good House of Commons man, well respected, always listened to... "Now he has these wretched advisers and endless briefing meetings before he goes in. The whole thing is made into a bit of a nightmare. "It's always bad for a former leader to give advice to a current one but... I'd say 'Just go back to being yourself and forget all these other things. In other words, play it by ear'."
Who can he mean? Who are Ming's "wretched advisers"?