Rumours reach me that as soon as Gordon has been to the Palace on Tuesday and called the election for May 6th, he's intending to host a huge meeting of Labour parliamentary candidates. Why would this be at all controversial? Because if the rumours are true, he's intending to host the meeting at Number Ten Downing Street.
There are clear rules on the use of Number Ten for party political purposes, and I would respectfully submit that holding a pre election rally of your own party's candidates does not fall within them. Such meetings are normally held at party headquarters.