Sunday, November 25, 2007
The Life and Times of TweedleDumb and TweedleDumber
Gordon Brown has barely had time to unpack his boxes since being chosen by the Labour party to be the Prime Minister but already many within the party must surely be wondering whether they stand any chance whatsoever of winning the next General Election under his leadership. It can be argued that every PM will encounter problems but Gordon Brown seems to lurch like a drunk from one disaster to the next whilst doing little to persuade the public that he control of either his party or the Country. Is this a blip or the chickens of Brown's years as chancellor finally coming home to roost? Brown must rapidly turn around the growing public dissatisfaction in his ability to Govern the country. Will Darling become the first casuality of Brown's attempt to show authority?