Brown Bear eats his porridge

In praise of the pro-Union campaigning of (gulp) Gordon Brown:

…I think it would be unfair to ascribe Mr Brown’s intervention as merely to self-interest. However much there was in his great eve-of-referendum speech with which one might disagree…the fact remains that it was infinitely more effective than any speech or action by any Tory. I do not think his passion was feigned, and perhaps the best moment was when he said that during the two world wars wounded British soldiers did not ask of each other which of the constituent countries they came from.

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