Monday, November 09, 2009
Gordon Brown's letter of condolence
This is absurd.
This is also the letter of condolence that Gordon Brown, who we might remember is the Prime Minister, sent to the family of a soldier who died in the line of duty.
It is packed with spelling mistakes: good grief, he even manages to get the family name wrong.
And please, just look at the handwriting there. This is a disgrace, a foul calumny even.
The least we can do is have a Prime Minister who is actually capable of writing a few words on a piece of paper: and getting them right.
Posted by Tim Worstall at 1:21 AM