Brown cracks a good joke whilst Cameron flounders on gay rights

Yikes. Not quite sure what’s the most surprising from the interview I’ve just watched. The good joke from Gordon Brown about Peter Mandelson or the collapse of David Cameron, who asks for the interview to stop, turns to his minder off camera and asks for a different style of questioning.

Watch the interview here.

And no sniggering at the back when the Prime Minister pauses during his first answer.

(More also on this interview in a Channel 4 News report.)

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3 Comments

  • Anthony Aloysius St 23rd Mar '10 - 11:33pm

    Also no sniggering please at the latest MORI poll, which shows the Tories with a smaller percentage than Labour achieved in 2005, and their lowest rating for two and a half years.

    Any more of this and Cameron will be attracting the sympathy normally reserved for the underdog …

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