Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Brown's Walberswick breather

The Guardian's Michael White says that the Get Gordon campaign has faltered amidst the buckets and spades, mainly due to the lack of a "route map" to depose him unwillingly (see Martin Kettle's analysis of the Labour constitutional options here):

Brown's problems are daunting but the post-Glasgow phase of the Get Gordon drive faltered yesterday, leaving only disgruntled backbenchers and ex-spin doctors to capture BBC bulletins. The arrival of August will give No 10 its respite. As with past plots, not even the plotters know what, if anything, will happen next.

(By the way, It's actually Walberswick (above), or near Walberswick, to which Brown has gone on holiday - just next to Southwold).

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