04 February 2010

Brown “is brilliant at opposition”

Indeed he is and we can’t argue because Michael White says so:

By contrast Brown is brilliant at opposition, dodgy stats and all. He spent his first 14 years as an MP opposing Thatcher and Major, the next decade opposing Tony Blair. It is being PM that he finds difficult. Yet nothing cheers him up like disaster. Sewage coming through the taps at No 10 would bring out that old Presbyterian resilience: "Pass the bucket, Sarah.

Just one small one problem.  Brown wouldn't be at No 10 if he was leading the opposition, but we get the point.  Whether Labour MPs do is another matter.

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