Where's Bad Al?

One man who knows a thing or two about the culture of bullying at Number 10 is Alastair Campbell. In the last few months he has been quick to use his blog and Twitter to rapidly rebut anti-Gordon stories. Given the news agenda is dominated by such things, you would think Campbell would be on top of this, offering his two cents and pushing the lines. A quick check shows nothing but deafening silence from Bad Al. So come on Alastair, have you ever witnessed a culture of bullying at Number 10?

As ever, blundering thug John Prescott has waded in suggesting any claims of bullying at Number 10 are void because someone once complained while Coulson was at the Screws etc. Lets not forget John’s own past, or “a bully from a more brutal age” as the Telegraph once put it.




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