Gordon Brown is ‘worst prime minister ever’ says LABOUR party candidate

May 4, 2010 | by | 0 Comments

A Labour party candidate blasted Gordon Brown as ”the worst Prime Minister Britain has ever had”.

Manish Sood, 38, standing in North-West Norfolk, criticised Labour’s immigration policy has making the county ”bigger and messier”.

He accused aspects of the Labour government as ”corrupt”, called for the reintroduction of the death penalty and thinks the Queen should have greater power.

Mr Sood, of Leicester, said: ”The role of ministers has gone bureaucratic and the action of ministers has gone downhill, it is corrupt.

”The loss of social values is the basic problem and this is not what the Labour Party is about.

”I believe Gordon Brown has been the worst Prime Minister we have had in this country.

”It is a disgrace and he owes an apology to the people and the Queen.”

In his pledge he has promised to “get back to basics” and “clean up the system” if chosen to represent the rural constituency.

He added that immigration had caused “overcrowding” in Britain and the increase in people claiming benefits.

Mr Sood added: “We have to get back to basics where people can leave their money outside for the milkman without it being stolen.”

The councillor, who wants Britain to return to how it was in the 1970s, has also promised to control religious education and institutions, regenerate farming and industry and give more powers to the police and teachers.

He believes The Queen should have more respect and say in government decisions as well as bringing back the death penalty.

But Mr Sood did praise Mr Brown for lowering the interest rates for mortgage owners.

Leader of West Norfolk Council’s Labour group, Councillor Andy Tyler, said: “I disagree completely. I think Gordon Brown is the best, most experienced and most capable of all three main candidates.”

From the start of the election campaign, Mr Sood declared his seat was “unwinnable”.

But in the 1997 general election the Labour candidate, George Turner, beat the Conservative candidate, Henry Bellingham, with a 1,339 majority.

In 2001 Mr Bellingham, who had been MP for the area before Dr Turner, was voted back in with a 3,485 majority.

Picture courtesy ‘Lynn News’

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