HOW DARE DELUDED BROWN CLING ON TO POWER
GORDON Brown was last night urged to get out of Downing Street immediately in the wake of Labour’s election drubbing.
Intense public anger was building against the Prime Minister who defiantly resisted calls to resign yesterday and appeared determined to set up siege in Number 10. Senior Labour ministers were attempting to lure the Lib Dems into a “coalition of the defeated” and Mr Brown was even courting the Scottish Nationalists.
Amid signs of an unprecedented political stand-off, one senior Tory source said: “This has got to be resolved quickly. And Brown must quite simply get out.” Senior Tory Michael Gove said Mr Brown’s continued lurking in Number 10 was an “insult to voters”. And former Labour media aide Lance Price said: “Gordon Brown should resign with good grace. If he tries to stitch up a deal it will look like a stitch-up to the electorate.” (I'd say it will look like a stitch-up of the electorate!)
Despite losing his Commons majority, Mr Brown effectively declared squatter’s rights, using the constitutional principle that the incumbent prime minister remains in office in the event of a hung Parliament. He stayed holed up in Number 10 yesterday, emerging briefly to announce he was ready to offer talks with “other parties”. An ashen-faced and drained Mr Brown, speaking to the backdrop of hecklers shouting “leave now”, offered to meet Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, dangling the temptation of “immediate legislation” for a national referendum on changing the Westminster voting system.
Just fuck the fucking fuckety fuck off, Gordon, you graceless CUNT!