Wednesday, Dec 30, 2009

Please go Gordon

Daily Mail: Charles Clarke tells Labour it must ditch Gordon Brown or face election defeat

When Gordon eventually calls the election, how many Labour MPs will turn against him in a bid to save their own reputations? Probably enough to give that group sway should there not be an outright majority. Be careful who you vote for!

Posted by fallingbuzzard @ 11:19 PM (1251 views)
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1. devo said...

Despite the current double-digit Tory lead in the polls, Mr Clarke insisted that the general election is 'eminently winnable for Labour under a new leader'.

I don't think he really believes this; the truth is more likely to be found in the earlier statement:

'Mr Clarke warned that Labour is facing a 'smashing' defeat in the poll and could be out of power for more than a decade.'

Wednesday, December 30, 2009 11:34PM Report Comment
 

2. dohousescrashinthewoods said...

Vote Brown, get Mandleson.

Don't believe it?
The last one was "Vote Blair, get Brown" no one believed that either and look where we are now.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009 11:54PM Report Comment
 

3. fallingbuzzard said...

thats right

Thursday, December 31, 2009 12:01AM Report Comment
 

4. markj69 str05 said...

Vote Nic Clegg, get Vince Cable - That doesn't sound too bad. As much uncertainty as anything else.

Thursday, December 31, 2009 12:42AM Report Comment
 

5. inbreda said...

@4 is right. It's the closest anyone is going to get to a fresh start rather than the blue or red wing of the homeownerist party

Thursday, December 31, 2009 08:57AM Report Comment
 

6. dohousescrashinthewoods said...

@4, @5, I tend to agree. Vince Cable is the nearest thing to sensible across the whole lot of headline politicians.

Thursday, December 31, 2009 03:12PM Report Comment
 

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