Thursday, January 07, 2010

The Daley Dozen: Thursday

1. Cranmer on Mandy's strictly no dancing plans.
2. Iain Martin thinks Alistair Darling asked Brown to go.
3. Next Left blogs in defence of Steve Hilton.
4. Michael Crick thinks there's still a chance Gordon might depart.
5. Paul Waugh wonders what the Cabinet got inreturn for their 'support'.
6. Geraldine Dreadful MP writes to Comrades Hoon and Hewitt.
7. Next Left wonders if there are splits at the New Statesman.
8. Kevin Maguire wonders if the Labour plotters want Labour to lose.
9. Lynne Featherstone explains why 'Leadercide' isn't so easy.
10. Dizzy on a "racist" KFC advert.
11. Ellee Seymour asks: where are the local candidates?
12. Politics Cymru gives an overview of the forthcoming election in Wales.

1 comment:

javelin said...

Gordon Brown is a political corpse.

In computer gaming when my son kicks a corpse the physics engines mean the corpse wobbles and rolls on the floor - this is known as "flubbering". Whilst the corpse moves under the soliders boots it never moves on it's own volition.

Flubbering Brown is fun, but it shouldnt give anybody hope that New Labour is alive.