One thing the Conservatives don't seem to have thought of yet, in their critique of what might happen if Labour wins the election, is who would be Chancellor of the Exchequer in a new Brown government. One thing is clear, it certainly won't be Alistair Darling, who I'd bet my mortgage will be squeezed out of 11 Downing Street as the first decision in a Cabinet reshuffle.
Now, I don't like to frighten people as you know, but it's pretty damned clear who will replace him. Step forward Edward Michael Balls.
Imagine, Piers Fletcher-Dervish
It won't be Brown, it'll be Balls!