Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Gordon Brown - You've got mail - please go.

Sky have got hold of the email that's prepared to ask Gordon Brown to go. This comes after news that Blunkett has turned Brown down for a Cabinet position:
Dear Gordon,

Over the last 12 years in government, and before, you have made an enormous contribution to this country and to the Labour Party, and this is very widely acknowledged.

However we are writing now because we believe that in the current political situation, you can best serve the Labour Party and the country by stepping down as party leader and prime minister, and so allowing the party to choose a new leader to take us into the next general election.




Sean Lynch said...

This is dynamic Steve, the news is breaking constantly, Brown is finished, he will not be PM this time next week!!
He was a PM that was abandoned in the end, his own hubris and inability to organise a whelk stall have been his downfall

CryBaby said...

The newspapers are screaming headlines for Gordon to go, which Gordon has ignored.

I'll be amazed if takes notice of a nicely worded email.

Anonymous said...

I rather suspect that only a group of MPs with a length of rope or a gun to the temple will convince him to go

Dungeekin said...

It's somewhat watered down from the original first draft.


Tory Poppins said...

I woke up with a spring in my step this morning hoping for some more breaking news . . .alas the troops are in hiding today. Hopefully tomorrow ;-)

sameh said...

Good night, Mr.
I consider myself an Egyptian citizen of the dupes who Sedkokm as you promised to the peoples of the helpless and defenseless Almthdp by authoritarian governments, which Tdamonha, you really were having ignored ratified democracy established a code of practice in which the freedoms and reveal the corruption of Hosni Mubarak, has revealed more of the violation and torture of Egyptian citizens in Egyptian police stations, what the Egyptian regime was not under arrest and accused of torturing me, and employment to America and now I run my family from Egypt due to incredulity at you
Thank you, Mr. Fadhil for your patience, but I request you to please not to deal with the dictatorship of Hosni Mubarak because he thief stole power in Egypt and who does not have a power of attorney to deal us in our name in the form of free and fair elections Atunainah We have a mandate from us to him.
Regards, Mr. al-Fadil
Sincere / Sameh Laroussi