Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Cameron/Brown Showdown Set for May 6

Gordon Brown calls early summer election

The day any Britons who have been waiting for an opportunity to turn Prime Minister Gordon Brown and the Labour Party out of government has finally arrived -- Brown has called a General election for May 6.

With David Cameron's Conservative Party poised to claim a narrow majority government, Brown has seemingly decided that the time to put his government on the line is at hand.

The issues at hand moving toward the May 6 vote are the economy, Britain's public debt, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (with an inquiry into the decision to go to war in Iraq ongoing), and almost certainly some Labour-instigated class warfare-styled politicking.

1 comment:

  1. This could be an interesting campaign if they talk ideas and policies.

    It might even be a precursor to what may happen in Canada.


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