'the prime minister said he had found it hard to focus on strategic planning'
I'm not surprised, the one eyed mentalist cnut.
how much do you want to bet that slimy little turd mandlebum of boys is whispering in his ear, telling him he'd feel much better if he went away and had a nice little rest?
and I notice they havent allowed any comments on the story either, unlike the last time he aired his views in the grauniad. did you not like what you heard, gordon?
and as for 'said that the internet means that "foreign policy can never be the same again". Because of the way information is now distributed, "you cannot have Rwanda again ... foreign policy can no longer be the province of just a few elites." He descibed this as "more tumultuous than any previous economic or social revolution" and said that "this week's events in Iran are a reminder of the way that people are using new technology to come together in new ways to make their views known." '
do you think? because it's not stopping you from ignoring what the people of this country want. I've just checked - of the two petitions on the no.10 website, one asking you to resign and the other asking you to stay, one has over 68,000 signatures, the other has 102.
would you care to guess which one is which?