24 August 2009

At last, Rees-Mogg gets something right

William Rees-Mogg, chief advocate to the bitter end for Nixon, and who once said in a Times leader, ‘Lord George-Brown drunk is a better man than the Prime Minister [Harold Wilson] sober’ (the latter won four elections, by the way), has this thought provoking comment in his column:

This is not a Government that knows what it wants to do in defence matters. Bob Ainsworth has no idea; Gordon Brown is in a fog of indecision.

Well done your Lordship.  After all these years, you have made the right call.

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