Monday 10 March 2008

Brown spikes Cameron's guns

Gordon Brown's article in today's Financial Times is the culmination of a series of moves since Christmas that have helped to put his government back on the reform track. It will be a big disappointment to David Cameron that his main line of attack against the PM has been so roundly scuppered (and this coming after Alan Johnson successfully took on the BMA over weekend working, a stark contrast with the subservience preferred by Dave's health spokesman for life, Andrew Lansley). With a strong team now backing the PM in no 10, it will be back to the drawing board in Tory HQ at Millbank Tower.

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