This is just a small taste of the Clarke's criticism of Brown:
"Sadly, as far as I have learned, his relationship with the Treasury has not improved at all. The senior Civil Service, as a whole, is very pessimistic about the way he is running the country. This is something else he must address. "The art of politics is about fast reactions. When something comes along, you have to respond very quickly or it runs away from you. "You saw it with David Cameron over MPs' expenses when he was out, very fast, dealing with the situation. Gordon must stop being a ditherer. He lacks courage. He looks at his papers, dithers and isn't sure."This reinforces my belief that Brown's days as Prime Minister are numbered - and that number is a small one. The Labour party has plenty of career politicians who do not want to be the Government's opposition. They are surely wondering if Gordon is capable of leading to victory in the next general election, I'm damn sure that I would be.
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