I feel a bit sorry for Gordon Brown, he made a major error taking over from Blair, when Labour had already been in power too long and there was bound to be a major swing to the other side. Blair was sneaky as usual and got out just as the sh*t hit the fan.
If he had been as good as he was proclaimed and had done a little less back-stabbing to get where he is then perhaps there could be a reason to feel sorry for him. However, there is an addage that runs to the effect that your sins will find you out ......
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Amuses me that said Brown was pontificating yesterday about Mugabwe and the Zimbabwe non-publication to date of election results, with a barely concealed hint of the situation being undemocratic.
Not that I would do under any circumstances, but I never voted for Brown to ruthlessly appoint himself as British Prime Minister (boding no opposition) and nor did any of the other millions of UK voters.
So his observations about Zimbabwe it seems to me represent sheer hypocrisy, as is common from politicians, and even more surprising in view of his personal early upbringing.
It cannot be to soon for me ,this man listens to nobody. when he starts worrying about the British Public and leave the world alone ,perhaps he may do better. his predecessor has done very well out of his position ,perhaps he should follow suit