October 7, 2007

THERE IS NO BRITAIN:

Scotland a factor in Gordon Brown's decision (Daily Telegraph, 07/10/2007)

Voters turning against him in the key English marginals may well have persuaded Gordon Brown to abandon his plans for a snap election, but another factor preying on his mind would have been Alex Salmond and the Scottish National Party.

With Salmond's SNP around, Mr Brown couldn't necessarily guarantee that Central Scotland would stick with Labour to hold on to Middle England.


Gordon is no Tony.

Posted by Orrin Judd at October 7, 2007 8:42 AM
Comments

ic-onic, I'd say.

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