That’s how one English commentator described yesterday’s electoral smash-up for Labor. You can’t say Prime Minister Cameron yet, but yesterday’s elections in Great Britain spell eventual doom for Gordon Brown. From the BBC:
The Conservatives have made over 190 gains in council seats with Labour likely to be pushed into third place by the Liberal Democrats.
Speaking to reporters outside his London home, Mr Cameron said: “I think this is a very big moment for the Conservative Party, but I don’t want anyone to think that we would deserve to win an election just on the back of a failing government.
“I want us to really prove to people that we can make the changes that they want to see and that’s what I’m going to devote myself and my party to doing over the next few months.”