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Every time you think things cannot get any worse for Gordon Brown, something else comes along. With Labour trailing badly in the polls and facing what may be yet another round of bad election results come May, even some normally ‘loyal’ Labour MPs have started to raise the question of getting rid of Brown as leader. Labour MPs are rebelling, not because they have suddenly discovered a long-lost socialist conscience, but because they are staring at the strong possibility that Labour will lose the next election and they will lose their seats.