Whatever’s eating Labour from within, the feast isn’t over yet. As the Guardian’s Matthew Tempest [approriately – Ed] reports, Former Home Secretary Charles Clarke has criticised Gordon Brown as nervous and unproven, while praising potential contender for the not-yet-vacant PM post, Alan Milburn. It’s prompted the response, noted in the title, from Harriet Harman, while prominent Opus Dei member, and communities secretary, Ruth Kelly, has called for a period of “calm and reflection”.. [Not much chance of that – Ed] Also worth reading, Simon Hoggart’s interpretation of yesterday’s events More on Clarke Update Former Health Secretary, Frank Dobson clearly has no intention of shutting up
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