The British Prime Minister announces that he’ll resign on June 27. He actually hung on longer than many expected after the ground that Labour lost in the 2005 election; at the time, I quoted from John O’Sullivan’s summary of the CW, which held that “if [the majority] hovers between 60 and 120, then [Blair] might survive a year.” That’s what happened, and he survived two years.
I assume this means Gordon Brown will soon be PM. Odd that Britain’s leadership should be becoming less pro-American just as France’s leadership is doing the opposite, but there you go.
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