There's a mass of analysis of the failed coup against Brown. But I think this - posted at 3pm yesterday - best sums it up. (Warning - there's a lot of bad language.)
As does his headline, which I've nicked!
Thu, 01/07/2010 - 11:54
Best comment I saw was The Times editorial which has Oliver Kamm's fingerprint on it: "Gordon Brown is leader of the Labour Party and Prime Minister this morning for only one reason. There is a market failure in political coups. It has long been in the collective interest of his party members that he be replaced. Yet a sufficient number of the right individuals have not been willing to bear the personal cost of moving against him."
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