Monday, August 29, 2005

Labour Hopelessly Split Over Leadership

The Blairites back Cameron, the Brownites back Davis, and now we learn that 'senior Labour figures believe that a Conservative Party led by Kenneth Clarke would represent the biggest threat to their chances of winning a fourth consecutive general election.'

Obviously they're hopelessly split, just like they used to be over Iraq, Europe, public service reform, etc etc.

Surely this time we've found an issue we could and should exploit.

Time for the kill.


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