Gordon Brown's third book in four years on the subject of Courage will be published later this year. And in tomorrow's Independent on Sunday we are told that he is now writing another book on Britishness. Does anyone seriously believe that he writes these books himself? And if he does, where on earth does he find the time to do so? Doesn't he have a country to run?
Not for much longer perhaps, if the polls are anything to go by. In which case he will no doubt have so much time on his hands that he can churnout at least three books a year to delight us with. Hang on a minute, that's even more prolific than I manage to be :)