02 March 2009

Harriet Harman’s position is untenable


Oh dear.  The PM has refused to back Harman over her comments yesterday that the law should be changed retrospectively to deal with Goodwin's pension.  Moreover neither Brown or his official spokesman were able to to close this aspect of the story down this morning.

On the day Brown departs for “get away from reality” trip, having Harman's outburst of yesterday still up in lights is hardly wise.  The media will continue to chew on this bone.

The position No 10 have taken makes Harman’s position untenable.

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1 comment:

  1. wonderfulforhisageMarch 2, 2009 at 3:36 PM

    Untenable my eye. The only thing that would make Harriet H's position untenable would be a double locked cell in Holloway. These people have no shame, no sense of responsibility and are utterly comtemptuous of the public.

    Don't wish for a Court of Public Opinion Hatty dear, you might just get what you wish for.