UKIP MEP Godfrey Bloom analyses aspects of Gordon Brown's speech in Copenhagen, Dec. 17, and substantiates why Brown is a "historical nonentity".
"Brown is an empty vessel, a cipher," writes Godfrey Bloom on his blog. "He stands for nothing. Zilch. He shall not be remembered for saving the planet. He won’t even be remembered for trying to save the planet. If he is remembered for anything, it will be for being the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the time leading up to the biggest economic crisis for generations, and the unelected Prime Minister of a nation who signed up to an agreement that surrendered what sovereignty it had not yet given to Brussels."