But in his new book, he does not quite explain why she has remained Prime Minister.
Posts Tagged: Damian McBride
Led by former Treasury officials, this think tank has placed itself at the heart of the argument about how to help the low-paid.
This book is a serious work. It is certainly far more than its serialisable parts, as those who read the entire 600 pages will no doubt confirm.
Plus: The Australian Liberals should have gone for Julie Bishop. Joe Pike’s Project Fear. And: Who’s afraid of the Big Bad Cyber Corbynistas?
Plus: The CCHQ charm school. Disgraceful Livingstone. Untruthful Clegg. Nasty Russell Brand. Where I’ll be on election night. And: Advice to candidates for the count.
Iain Dale: The ten years of Guido party. Staines and Cole in charge – but only one was playing Amanda Holden
Plus: The fiendish Guido seating plan. Mike Read is not a racist. And: shame on the six Conservative MEPs who voted for Juncker.
Like a blundering Lieutenant in Vietnam, the Labour leader is at risk from his own troops.
Plus: CCHQ V Montgomerie. On the Road. The SNP push. Go for the Groat. Why don’t I feel more Scottish? And: I blame Shirley Williams.
It was an eclectic speech from the leader of the Labour Party, part panto, part comedy and part serious, but did he deliver?
It’s such a familiar sight – the face like thunder, the hunched shoulders, the refusal to face up to his responsibility for what his people did. Yes, it’s Gordon Brown running away from a journalist asking him about the McBride book.