The resulting 'insult' was uttered off-the-cuff, in the back of the PM's car as he departed the housing estate. It was mildly amusing, but certainly nothing to lose sleep over. It won't sway my vote either way.
It was with a certain degree of horror that I watched the poor mother of a soldier killed in action struggle to pick through the personal letter of condolence she'd received from our Prime Minister. Not only did he start by getting the family name wrong ('James' as opposed to 'Janes'), he then went on … Continue reading Brown – A Blunder Too Far?
Pulling such stunts in any other job in Britain would see them out on their ear without as much as their pencil sharpner to keep as a momento.