Readers will know that I've been mystified by the locations at which the Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer have delivered some rather important recent speeches (see list of related posts below).
Finding out exactly where, when and to whom he made his speech on the economy this morning has been quite a challenge.
The Daily Express tells us that he was at a building site in East London and, according to Sky News, he was "addressing an audience of academics, think tanks and businesses in London'.
As usual at such events, there was no hint of a response from anyone in the audience, if indeed anyone was there at all.
Also as usual, there's a weird backdrop of a blank window with a bar chart to the left that looks like a rather creative use of scaffolding - unless, of course, it's the latest in templates from PowerPoint...
- More nails in the coffin of political speech-making in Britain
- David Cameron 'makes a speech' at Morrisons
- George Osborne 'makes a speech at Morrisons
- Latest press release from Ed Balls disguised as a speech
(Next open course on Speech writing & Presentation details are HERE).