It was an inevitable, but a predicable scenario….the government is at sixes and sevens over policy and personalities. After the recent disastrous by-election defeat in Glasgow East (which would make scottish independence from the UK even more likely), just about every member of the so-called cabinet are at each other’s throats.
Gordon Brown must wonder to himself why he wanted desperately to become Prime Minister. It seems everything he touches turns to dust these days. Not a day goes by without continued rumours being made over his future.
It’s clear that Brown (and Labour) must go, but who in their right mind would want to become leader of a political party which has caused so much social damage to the UK over the last eleven years? The current crop of MPs simply aren’t talented or tough enough to head the party.
None of the present cabinet even have the guts to say to Brown’s face, “Sorry, but you must go now,” simply because they are a bunch of backstabbing headless cowards, so all this nonsense in the media about foreign secretary David Miliband and talk about a potential leadership contest should cease immediately.
The only good thing about this is that we will soon have a change of government in 2010…. and soon Brown, and Labour, will be history….