Brown: What do YOU think..?
PUBLISHED: 18:24 30 July 2008 | UPDATED: 15:45 16 August 2010
SIMONE Wilde, a mum, 33, said: It s time for him to go. He hasn t done enough to fight knife crime and as a new parent that s something that really worries me. He said he would be putting metal detectors in all the schools but he hasn t. He seems to go b
SIMONE Wilde, a mum, 33, said: "It's time for him to go. He hasn't done enough to fight knife crime and as a new parent that's something that really worries me. He said he would be putting metal detectors in all the schools but he hasn't. He seems to go back on his word. I don't think he'll win the next election.
MOTHER Vicky Trembowski, 31, (left) said: "He should go, he's done nothing in a good way and has only caused more problems. He should be spending money on the right things, it's no use spending billions on trains when you need housing. He won't be thrown out unless he does something really bad. The public likes to see results, especially at the lower levels, not just for people who already have money."
RETIRED councillor Fred Vivian, 91, (below), said: "It's not the right time for him to go but the Labour party will probably throw him out around conference time. He has been useless. His intentions are good but he flounders. We are going through a bad situation and if the Conservatives were in they would be facing the same problems. I feel sorry for him in a way, he doesn't have the right team, he has been unlucky."
NICOLE Cubbidge, 43, (above) said: "I want him to go. Labour has overspent way too much. Gordon Brown should have let the country go in to recession naturally. Now it's all gone pear-shaped but I don't think the Labour party will get rid of him."
TERRY Meredith, 74, (below) said: "He should stay because he is the best person the Labour Party have got, there is nobody else of his calibre. But he has put in place policies which have been disastrous. I can't see him winning the election.
SOLICITOR Joy Taylor, 59, said: "He should stay. When you see all the in fighting going on with other members of the Labour party you can see they aren't focused on the job. Gordon Brown seems the most focused. The world economy has had an adverse effect on Britain and it's highlighted just how vulnerable we are. Britain is no longer Great Britain.
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