Sunday, January 21, 2007

Quote of the year?
One Cabinet colleague said Blair would go of his own volition if he felt it necessary. 'The stakes are immeasurably high. But what he will never do is to be pushed. About the only circumstances in which he would say "I will call it a day" is if he really felt he was damaging the party.'
How can something so extraordinary be so unsurprising?

I've never been a member of the Labour Party (or any other political party for that matter) but there must surely be some sort of mechanism for making him understand.


JoeBlogs said...

Well the thing with leaders is they have conflicting advice, and a lot of yes men.

D-Notice said...

Unfortunately, our Dear leader's too deluded for him ever to consider the possibility that he could be in any way damaging to Labour...