Brown is a Scot
I just noticed the Scottish remark, and I think it is on the money.
England is being wrecked, there is no other explanation, it just one thing after another with Brown, he cannot have any aspiration for election in a couple of years, he has alienated nearly every sector.
I think he may go for Scottish independence and see if he can get elected there. It may well be one of the last nails in the coffin that he enacts as 'PM without general election consensus'.
In doing what he has done, though he has driven up the right wing, a lot of people are considering voting BNP over this debacle. And in some ways it may be what the country needs to get back on its feet. I am not sure the Conservatives realise just how many people have been put out, their policies are looking very similar to Labour's.
I have been wondering who to vote for at the next general election, none of the old main parties seem worth it, and a message of some sort has to be set, or we are going to lose democracy. So, I started searching.
In this search I stumbled across the English Democrats, it may very well make sense to vote for a party like this. They seem to have hit the nail on the head. We have to do something the major parties just use spin, and ignore the populace, I think we have been hoodwinked enough, and our liberties trampled upon.
In fact I would like to see a government that did not have a majority, where every issue had to be voted on by members of parliament, and alliances made to attempt to form a government. That way they would not be able to do such daft things.
The only time you want a strong government is when the country is under direct threat of invasion, and the government are opposed to that invasion. Otherwise we end up with them trying to make up threats. It has to be a sitting army poised to storm the white cliff's of dover, not some made up bogey man threat.
Strategic voting maybe the order of the day actually, work out how to end up with a parliament without a majority, and force a government of alliance. That could well be the most politically productive thing a person could do. Our political system should be an MP representing the constituency and we need to get back to that.