Friday, 7 December 2007

Mayday! Mayday! Gordon Brown is getting the sack on Mayday.

Benedict Brogan has an heartwarming piece over at the Daily Mail website. Apparently Gordon Brown has been given until May to get his sh*t in one sock, or he will be taking the high road back to Kirkcaldy (or will that be the low road to Cowdenbeath). Either way, Blairites are giving Gordon five months to avoid a leadership challenge.

Ben writes (in italics):

The results of his first test as Labour leader in next year's London and local elections will decide Mr Brown's future as party leader, they claim. Senior figures have been holding secret talks to decide a response to the drastic turnaround in Mr Brown's fortunes after a disastrous two months. Mr Blair and his allies are understood to be horrified at the way the Government has lost the commanding lead it enjoyed over the Tories at the end of September. One former minister said: "Those who were elected in 1997, 2001 and 2005 have never known Opposition and find the prospect terrifying."

Oh joy of joys, we could be rid of Brown in five short months. Mind you, considering the damage he's done in the last two months, the country could be well and truly goosed by then. But people will say that it would be better for the Tories if the incompetent Brown stays in place. Well that would be true if there was anyone half decent to replace him. Unfortunately for Labour, Brown is the best of a very bad bunch.

You can read the rest of Benedict Brogan's article by clicking HERE.

8 comments:

Beaman said...

Yep, I'm not normally a Tory voter but I'm with Cameron next election. New Labour's days are coming to an end. 5 months is too long also.

Sunonmars said...

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article3019191.ece

I almost pissed myself laughing when i read this article.

They paid themselves to train themselves on the donations law. You couldnt make this shit up.

Daily Referendum said...

Beaman,

I'm an ex-labour voter. Never again.

Daily Referendum said...

Sunonmars,

Cheers I'll have a look.

Bretwalda Edwin-Higham said...

Yes but Steve - look what's waiting in the wings - Balls and Milliband - both Bilderbergers, both committed to selling England down the drain.

Ingram said...

I missread the title as "Monday" only when I read the rest did I relook to see it said "Mayday" :(

Daily Referendum said...

James,

That's my point. Who could replace him? That's what happens when you surround yourself with a weak team to avoid rebellion.

Daily Referendum said...

Ingram,

If only, if only.