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Saturday 20 June 2009

Don't feel you have to hang around on my account, Mr Brown!

Apparently the 'Great Leader' hasn't much enjoyed (I paraphrase) the events of recent weeks and has thought he could "walk away from this tomorrow". He is quoted as saying:

"I'm not interested in what accompanies being in power... and it would probably be good for my children."

I hesitate to comment upon what might or might not be good for his children and of course it's absolutely not my place to do so, but I do feel quite at liberty to state very forcefully that I do believe it would be very much in my own best intersts were he to go, and go soon.

There are other parts of the linked report that strike an even more maudlin' (and frankly pathetic) tone on the part of the Prime Minister. Despite my better instincts I found myself feeling some human sympathy after a first cursory reading of this ridiculous spin and twaddle. But after steeling myself to read it again I'm afraid it has left me even more irritated.

Just go, Mr Brown!
(And there's no need to leave a forwarding address; you won't be missed.)

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