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Sunday, 21 September 2014

Is Gordon Brown seeking to become leader of the Labour Party, again?

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/scottish-independence/scottish-referendum-secures-glorious-future-for-gb-gordon-brown-that-is-9746502.html


Vote secures glorious future for GB (Gordon Brown, that is)


Gordon Brown vows 'powers will be delivered'





Brown seems to be jockeying for some sort of position within the Labour Party, perhaps even usurping Miliband and installing himself as leader!
It does sound rather conceited of the man to assume that he, as a backbench MP, is in a position to
"make sure that these promises that have been made will be upheld." and that the " the timetable we set out will be delivered."
Ed Miliband addresses supporters in Manchester

 
He may have resigned as Leader of the Labour Party, and lost an election as Prime Minister, but he has certainly managed to hang on to the delusions of grandeur which drove him, Blair, Mandelson and Campbell in their mission to destroy the Labour Party.

Is it conceivable that Brown will be granted a second bite at the cherry?