There seems an increasing number of people calling for Gordon Brown to sack the FS, following Milibland's recent Guardian article in which our dear leader is not mentioned once. So, Cabinet in-fighting, shrewd political manouvre by Milibland, a storm in a tea-cup, or what? BBC Webpage link: MPs urge Brown to sack Miliband Personally, would prefer that the FS was spending his airtime, bringing the British Public up-to-speed on how many former translators and LEC's his much trumpted LEC Scheme has resettled in the UK? Failing that, possibly an update on Labour's ethical foreign policy? If Brown takes no action, what does this tell us about the dear leader? If Brown fires him, will the opposition to Brown increase? Who goes? You decide. (well at least by 2010) Can't they all just hold their hands up, admit that their stewardship of the country has been woeful and quit en-masse?