Alex Massie Alex Massie

Brown and the Union

Ben Brogan accepts Labour’s challenge to judge Gordon on substance not style and, unsurprisingly, finds him wanting. But in his critique he also includes this:

On the substance of the constitution, he gerrymandered new bodies that turned on Labour and undermined the union.

What on earth is he talking about? What are these bodies, how have they been gerrymandered and how have they undermined the Union? I really have no idea.

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