Sunday, April 15, 2007

Charles Clarke on Leadership elections and long weeks

Charles Clarke has written this long but interesting article for the Mail on Sunday about party leadership elections, and how the week that nominations for the Labour party leadership election will be a long time.

It makes interesting reading and I would recommend it.

The headline is:
Brown is NOT a dead cert to be Prime Minister

Which is of course a statement of the obvious. He is almost a dead cert though. However the irritating git had a "love in" with George Bush, which is not a problem to me, but will make him less popular with Labour's electoral college. What is Brown trying to do? Lose the leadership so Labour have a chance of wining the next general election? I think we should be told!

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