Guido Fawkes has got hold of an email to Labour activists, arranging a "spontaneous" show of approval of our great Leader this afternoon.
In it, Kirsty McNeill pleads:
"..He’s right and he knows that there’s a whole generation of Labour people who will do whatever it takes to keep it that way. Would you be free to join him at West Ham Town Hall, between four and six on Sunday?
He’d like to thank you in person and he wants to talk to you about what the role for this generation of Labour is going to be, because it’s time.
You can of course invite others you know, indeed please do. But I will need names for security, so if you could email me back with whether you can make it and who you’d like to bring, I’d appreciate it. I hope it’s going to be the start of something big."
Bollocks to that.
CF doesn't think the few remaining Brown supporters - if there are any - should have things all their way. Far better for Gordon to have a more representative cross-section of society.
So, reschedule your Sunday lunch, scoff it down, quaff a bit of Dutch Courage and then get down to West Ham Town Hall for 4 o'clock sharp.
Time to give Brown a taster of real, unspun, undiluted public opinion.
UPDATE: as the world now knows, he fucking bottled it. The 'spontaneous' get-together was shifted to an hour earlier, and only the inner circle (which includes the BBC and Sky) were told. Not so much walking away as running away and hiding, eh Gordon?