No Mandate Brown thinks that the English are a nation of goldfish who will forget the recent scandals – fraud, sleaze, incompetence, treason – that have marked his first few months in power.
He actually had the gall to say “I think people know that when a problem arises we will deal with it” – it’s his Liebour Party that is the cause of all the recent problems. His party took illegal donations, his party is drowning in sleaze, his party full of incompetent failures, his party has committed treason. The best way to deal with these problems is to nip them in the bud before they happen by resigning and calling an election.
The Goblin King says that he doesn’t want recent events to divert them from their long-term aims on housing, health and education. None of which he has a mandate for because they’re all devolved in Scotland where he was elected.
Well, I’m sorry to disappoint you Gordo but I’ll make sure that every one of your failures, every criminal act, every act of treason, is remembered for as long as you manage to cling desperately onto the position that you have been given by your corrupt party.