Tim Montgomerie goes into overdrive on what the Tories should do if there is a hung parliament:
The Conservatives need to draw up a plan to deal with this. They need plans to understand all the constitutional implications of a hung parliament. They need a media strategy. They need a basis for talking to the Liberal Democrats, nationalists and Northern Ireland parties. It doesn't need many people diverted to the task but it needs to be done.
In February 1974 while Ted Heath was using his unique charm on Jeremy Thorpe, Wilson retired to his home in Oxford to play ball with his dog and said nothing.
The Tories strategy, if there is a hung parliament, should be the two words that Harold Wilson used time and time again: