LABOUR MP Tom Watson has handed in his resignation letter to Ed Miliband, in which he praises Miliband's - "Buddha-like qualities of patience, deep thought, compassion and resolve."
The weird and wonderful letter published by the now former Labour campaign chief alludes to the shambles in Falkirk being apart of his decision. Corrupt Union barons were running the show in Falkirk regarding the selection of Labour candidates and hijacked the process in order to secure the Unite Union's preferred candidate.
The Daily Mash explained the controversy best:
- The Labour Party is a poisonous collection of chippy, tribal cretins, none of whom are capable of running a bath.
- This is especially true in Scotland.
- Falkirk is in Scotland.
Watson's parting thought was just as endearing, stating:
"John Humphrys asked me why you were not at Glastonbury this weekend. I said Labour leaders can’t be seen standing in muddy fields listening to bands. And then I thought how terribly sad that this is true. So: be that great Labour leader that you can be, but try to have a real life too. And if you want to see an awesome band, I recommend Drenge."
You can read the letter in full on Guido Fawkes.