In a campaign speech just now, Gordon Brown called the Disability Discrimination Act as "one of my greatest achievements".
FACT: The Disability Discrimination Act was brought in by William Hague during the Major Government. It was amended and updated in 2005, but the original achievement was under a Conservative government. What a shame Brown failed to acknowledge the Act's creator.
So, Brown tells another Brownie. Perhaps at some stage he might like to acknowledge his mistake. Fat chance.
This remark was made, I gather, during yet another Brown speech to a small group of Labour activists. Does he actually ever meet ordinary voters? Meanwhile, David Cameron was speaking to an open audience in the North East. The contrast is stark.