Smear tactics could cost Labour election, Brown told

| 13/04/2009

(The Guardian): Gordon Brown will be told by senior Labour figures this week that he must clean up Downing Street if Labour is to have a chance of winning the next election following the departure of his aide, Damian McBride, who proposed a smear campaign against David Cameron, the Tory leader. As a "furious" Cameron demanded a personal apology from the prime minister , one senior Labour figure warned the party had suffered "reputational damage". McBride, a senior Brown aide dating back to the prime minister’s time as chancellor, resigned on Saturday after the political blogger, Guido Fawkes, uncovered a series of emails outlining plans for a smear campaign against senior Tories.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Finallly it is out. Gordon B is getting his just deserts for facilitating a smear campaign on David C. May he reap the full benefits of the political fall out. He just completed a smear campaign on us.

    He sowed the vicious seeds, may the fast growing weed over grow him out of office.