Gordon Brown has announced that he will be offering MPs the chance to vote on changing the first past the post election process. Despite having been at the heart of government for 13 years and never having seen the need before, now it is vital that this change in legislation is rushed through in the final days of a dying government. Gordon's argument is that such a change is the most important step in claiming back the public's confidence following the expenses scandal. Most people might argue that jailing a few MPs and clawing back every single penny might be the first step in restoring confidence. The LibDems will of course welcome this change and when push comes to shove will back Gordon Brown if there is a hung parliament. Peter and Gordon's master plan to avoid a Tory government is becoming clear. Would the British public ever forgive Nick Clegg if he puts Gordon back in charge with a minority government?