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You Crudn't make it up! Labour policy chief in bad dress shocker

You Crudn't make it up! Labour policy chief in bad dress shocker

Looks like Jon Cruddas will be doing some New Year’s shopping before Parliament returns from recess after being named the second worst-dressed man in GQ magazine.

The man behind Labour’s policy review was beaten to the top spot by singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran but was triumphant in a list that also included Katie Price’s cage-fighter ex-husband Alex Reid (3), ex-footballer Robbie Savage (7), BBC journalist Andrew Marr (8) and Labour peer Lord Gilbert (9).

If Cruddas gets the wardrobe right next time round he could join GQ’s best-dressed list which includes the Prince of Wales (8), the Duke of Cambridge (37), Sir Bradley Wiggins (30), Homeland star Damien Lewis (12) and one of Lewis’ schoolmates… a certain D Cameron (28).