We've seen Gordon Brown's man (and former HBOS chief) Sir James Crosby quit over allegations that he ignored warnings that the bank's lending policies were dodgy to say the least. Former HBOS employee, Paul Moore, said he was sacked by Crosby for whistle blowing. Now Gordon must face the music in front of the Commons liaison committee. The committee, which is made up of the heads of all the select committees, will grill Brown for two and a half hours. Much of that time will be spent quizzing Brown on his part in the disastrous collapse of our economy under his stewardship.
I hope they nail him - nail him so hard that he is forced to resign.