I wouldn't like to be Gordon Brown this morning. Not on the day when the Labour supporting Guardian calls for his head in no uncertain terms.
I do feel a bit sorry for Gordon Brown - he is actually a good man. Politically he has done things that I totally disagree with, but as a human being I'd pick him over his predecessor any day. The person who did most of the damage to politics left Downing Street 2 years ago. In many ways he left a legacy that it was almost impossible for Brown to recover from - and the expectations that he should usher in a different kind of government were always way off the mark.
What is most interesting about the Guardian's editorial, though, is that it basically says that Brown should go, there should be a very quick leadership election in the Labour Party and then they should delay the Summer recess and enact the reforms Nick Clegg was talking about last week.
If the Guardian carries on like this, I might have to start buying it again.
And PMQs will be interesting today......