I suppose he was trying to establish himself as a man of the people again, but what a terrible admission to make.
It sets a terrible example in terms of eating healthily and trying to use less packaging, and it gives everyone an insight into what sounds like a rather sad life. What is more, it will have all sensible people wondering: 'If it is the case he can't handle his own diet, how on earth can he be expected to handle the country?'
And then Clare points her finger at Brown’s problem:
Eat all that pre-packaged rubbish and you soon start to feel run-down and perform less effectively.
So, now we know. If Sarah would only cook for him he would be a new man. Let’s hope she doesn't get any bright ideas.