Friday, November 07, 2008

Glenrothes Means.......

....that Gordon is back on track? Possibly. It does at least mean that a visit from the PM to a by-election no longer ensures defeat in said election. Glenrothes is hardly a typical constituency, so any lessons from the result should be treated with caution, but it should give Labour a bit more bounce, and certainly suggests that Brown is recovering his poise with the electorate. It might even mean that he starts considering an election before the due date in 2010!

3 comments:

Pier said...

Glenrothes means... Pier is £21 richer!

GM said...

Gambling is a sin.

consultant said...

And sinning is fun.