I’d like to pay this in, please mentat online It’s now the accepted wisdom that it was “the unions” that won it for Ed. Wrong. It was Ed that won it for Ed. He was hungrier than David, more impatient. If David had shown a little of the steel his younger brother clearly possesses, and shown it earlier, he would have followed through on his various thinly-veiled threats to Gordon Brown’s unhappy premiership. Instead he waited, bided his time while Labour sailed to certain defeat at the 2010 general election. David might not have triumphed, of course. But that’s politics for you. It’s risky, and if you can’t take risks, you should perhaps consider an alternative career.
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