15 April 2009

Finkelstein misses the point

Like many in the professional media, Finkelstein absented himself from the action over the last few days.  No matter, he has now returned and has totally missed the point.  How he loves to tell the world how clever he is.

He bangs on about Charlie Whelan and concludes:

It is how they deal with Whelan - not with the much more easily dispensable Draper - that will tell you how serious Labour is about clearing up this mess.

Danny, you can remove Draper if you you wish, but the culture of spin, fear and deception will remain.  A good example of this was Ed Balls on TodayIf Brown stays, the culture remains the same.

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