Sunday, March 8, 2009
Apologise for the recession?
The full depth of Gordon Brown’s anger over suggestions that he should apologise for the recession was laid bare in extraordinary scenes on the Prime Minister’s plane last week, 30,000 feet over the Atlantic. His anger boiled over in a series of outbursts during his trip to see US President Barack Obama. The Prime Minister stormed: ‘You want me to go on television and apologise, but I am not going to do it. I have nothing to apologise for. It is not my fault. Get in the real world.’