In his rush to save Parliament from itself, Brown is ripped apart by the House of Lords Constitution Committee over the Parliamentary Standards Bill:
The Parliamentary Standards Bill is a significant piece of legislation which raises complex constitutional matters. We think rushing the bill through Parliament is unacceptable.
Parliament and the public need to have the opportunity to look carefully at the implications of what is being proposed. If the aim of the bill is to restore public confidence in Parliament and show that it is listening to legitimate public concerns it seems odd to do that with a bill that has not undergone any sort of consultation process.
Delusional Brown does it again, believing he is the only one who who can sort out the shambles caused by the expenses scandal.
Question: Just who does Brown listen to before he makes these unworkable rushed announcements? Answer: no one but himself.