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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Brown must go

One tweet I read earlier on rather cruelly suggested that if Geoff Hoon says you are doing a bad job then you must be doing something right. Unfortunately, that does not appear to be the view of the majority of the country who most probably agree with the former Minister and his sidekick, Patricia Hewitt that Gordon Brown must go.

However, as far as the country is concerned they want this event to occur through an election not another bloodless coup within the Labour Party. Still Charles Clarke and Frank Field are on board with this attempt to rally support to oust the PM so it must be a goer.

From what I have seen of the coverage so far most MPs do not want anything to do with it and are hoping that it will go away. There can be no denying though that this is a bombshell and will do the Labour Party no good at all.

The letter itself is posted on the Guido Fawkes website here. It is a call for a no confidence vote in Gordon Brown by MPs by secret ballot. The irony however is in the penultimate sentence where Hoon and Hewitt say:

In what will inevitably be a difficult and demanding election campaign, we must have a determined and united parliamentary party.

They have chosen a route designed to achieve precisely the opposite outcome.
Geoffrey Howe did something similar to Margaret Thatcher...
It's not a go at all it's just two idiot thinking they can cause problems before stepping down.

I do not like Brown I think he is the worse leader we have had, but it's to bloody late now.
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