Tuesday, 4 May 2010

Gordon Brown: I will take the blame if we lose election

Gordon Brown today shouldered full responsibility for Labour's campaign and revealed that he may quit politics to do charity work if he loses.

Interviewed in his flat above Downing Street for the final time before polling day, the Prime Minister said the buck stopped with him.

“I take all responsibility for anything that's happened in the election,” he said.

“The election is my personal responsibility. Whenever I have made a mistake, I've made clear that I made a mistake.” More....


Anonymous 4 May 2010 at 18:53  

If you loose the election Gordon, surely you mean when?

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