Gordon Brown sacked himself from his post as Prime Minister of Great Britain today in a showing of solidarity with Labour party rebels who argue that he should resign.
Brown wholeheartedly supported calls for himself to be let go as Labour party leader and commented that "Mr Brown's position has become untenable and if we are to win the next election he must leave his post as leader of this government. I know that this opinion is likely to get me fired but I am willing to stand up for what I believe in. If Mr Brown wants to fire me then let him fire me".
Less than an hour later Gordon Brown called himself into his office and informed himself that he will not be requiring his own services anymore. He was asked to empty his desk by the end of the day.
In a statement released later that day Prime Minister Brown said "Its wasn't an easy decision to sack myself as I always thought that I had the potential to be a great politician and one day, perhaps, a leader of this party but the opinions I formed about myself recently have meant that I cannot and will not tolerate people like myself belittling and demeaning people like myself with myself when we are supposed to be working together for the good of this country".
Such was the high regard Gordon Brown held himself in that he even walked himself to the door to see himself out as well as giving Gordon Brown a lift home. This gallant effort was met with warm appreciation from some MP's who wanted the Ex-Prime Minister to be rehired; however Mr Brown would not accept any form of deal. Not even a chat with Ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown would convince him to go back to work; instead he vowed to spend more time in the company of Sir Ian Botham and occasionally ogle fruit farmers in the summer months.