The recent row over the abolition of the 10p tax rate and Gordon Brown's inept handling of the economy has created many angry critics within his party and most of the electorate.

The Prime Minister is now considering lowering the corporation tax which, if it happens, will mean a huge loss of Government revenue at a time when Britain is suffering a massive downturn in its economy, which is now on the edge of a virtual recession.

City workers are losing their jobs at a rate of about 300 per week, while recent returns fom job centres show a total of 1.6million unemployed.

Gordon Brown has stated recently that he will not allow public sector workers to have rises above inflation, which is currently at three per cent and is forecasted by some economists to remain so for two years.

The General Secretary of UNISON, Heather Wakefield has criticised most strongly the Prime Minister's heavy-handed attitude towards public sector workers which I too share.

It is my view that Gordon Brown is showing that he is unsuitable for the job of Prime Minister and in some quarters there is now an opinion that he will be out of office within the not too distance future.


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