Monday, 12 May 2008

He says he's confident

Five out of ten for this story from the BBC:
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is confident he will still be the leader of the Labour Party at the next general election, Downing Street has insisted.
As it's the Beeb, naturally it takes the story from the government's point of view, rather than that of Frank Field, who suggested otherwise. But at least it attributes the claim that Brown is confident to someone else, instead of making the assertion itself.

Meanwhile, the BBC seems as determined as the press to show unflattering pictures of Brown, which is part of his problem. Or is his problem that it is so easily done?

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