Will the jowly, one-eyed cunt of a man - you know, the one who has had a personality bypass - call a General Election? Cue reams and reams and reams of speculation to pad out newspapers and websites.
I'm not going to comment further other than to say that I whole-heartedly agree with Mr Eugenides's appraisal - I hope what ever happens, Brown is utterly fucked.
UPDATE: Looks like he won't be calling an election after all. Whatever flaws the other party leaders may have (and, by Christ, there are a lot of them), they are, at least, nowhere near as pitifully cowardly as our incumbent Prime Minister.
It took Brown 10 years to become Prime Minister - he was always afraid of any attempts to topple Blair back-firing on him. It is the same fear that has stopped him from calling an election now. He is terrified of losing. And the irony is he has played straight into the hands of David Cameron. Cameron now has time to rebuild support for his party, hopefully developing some concrete policies rather than relying on sub-Blair posturing. Cameron will be better placed to take Number 10 from Brown next year, and even more likely to in 2009. For anyone who hasn't realised our Prime Minister is a powergrabbing, introverted, paranoid, theiving cowardly bastard this will start sowing the first seeds of doubt in their minds. Brown has not emerged from this debacle as the calculating, adept political master - as much as it pains me to say it, Cameron has. Brown has emerged as a snivelling, pathetic coward - hint after hint after hint about going for it and calling the election, only to bottle it and run away at the first sign that the polls might be changing.
Nice work, Gordo, you twat. This decision will be the one where, when the history books are written, people will go "yep. That's the moment. That's the moment when Gordon Brown managed to totally fuck himself."
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