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Millipede Considered Resigning

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Great vote of confidence (not) in the Leader here.......

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8098392.stm

So strong is his faith in Broon that he wondered whether to chuck it in!

The noble Lord Mandelspurt apparantly talked him round, and apparantly it's so important he's there; "The government is much stronger for Peter at the heart of it." says little Millipede.

The more I hear of the role of the Noble Lord, the less I think it's any big Constitutional deal if Her Majesty dissolved Parliament. I mean, exactly what mandate does he have that she doesn't?

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Being in Brown's cabinet is career politician's suicide. Only those who distance themselves from Gordo and publicly state their contempt for the man will have a chance in hell of re-election.

June 2010 will see a complete rout of the Labour party. Unfortunately we will have to put up with the silver tongued devil Cameron for a while.

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