A Bad day to try and bury bad news
- £5,000,000,000 goes 'missing' on Tax Credits shambles
- Housing market in turmoil over HIP fiasco
- Judges refuse to back Government over Ministry of Justice plans
- UK Government will miss it's child poverty targets says Bernardo's
If Gordon Brown does nothing else he needs to get a grip on the way this country is being run and do so quickly, but the problem is that many of the biggest cock-ups are in fact down to him.
Three out of four of todays stories are directly or indirectly related to Gordon Brown and his insistant meddling in departments across the piece.
Having read two biographies of Gordon Brown (including the excellent one by Tom Bower) I remain convinced that a Gordon Brown government will be WORSE than a Tony Blair one.
If Britain was a public company either it's board would have been sacked by now or it would have been taken over by someone else.
But I suppose we are undergoing a 'break-up' bid with Alex Salmond in Scotland aren't we?