There is always something comical about politicians in their running gear. Boris Johnson gives the impression that he’s been kitted out by a circus clown costumier. There is a whiff of greasepaint and sweat about him. The only surprise is that the beanie he invariably crams onto his head doesn’t include a revolving propellor. Michael Gove, who was probably born wearing an M&S suit, sports knee-length lycra shorts beneath his – what shall we call them? – over-shorts and looks pained, as if he knows in his heart that exercise doesn’t agree with him.
But David Cameron is The Man in Black