Saturday, October 6, 2007

Fixed term sanity

My choice for "Letter of the Week" has to be that from David Purdy of Stirling, published in the Guardian today:

Gordon Brown could yet emerge with credit from the unseemly election fever (Cameron bounces back, October 5). All he has to do is announce next week that the next general election will take place on the first Sunday in May 2009 and that thereafter elections will be held at fixed four yearly intervals, except when the incumbent government loses a vote of confidence.
David Purdy

Give or take the odd endorsement from parliament, he's spot on.

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