Brown is too much to blame for the last decade to U-turn into a leader for fairer, more frugal times, and it's too late to remove him. Instead, David Cameron captures the mood perfectly with his speech about the moral bankruptcy of capitalism, promising "capitalism with a conscience".
As usual, the Tuscany-jetting hypocrite wheels out turgid lefty bollocks about "va bruvvers are gonna suffer, innit?" in between quaffing champagne and cock sniffing:
So the only surprise is that indignation has taken this long to erupt. It is not irrational xenophobia or scapegoating migrants, but a rational appraisal by local people deprived of 300 particular jobs, for no benefit to them or people like them. They are not wrong. Labour has been serially wrong - in praising the UK's "flexible" workforce, in fighting against the EU to let our agency workers be worse treated and our employees work the longest hours.
Go long on piano wire and lamp posts, folks. And this is one rancid old cunt we won't miss.