Harriet Harmon, the Minister for Alliterated Names, has again changed her mind about becoming party leader, proving that Labour used to be indecisive, but now its not too sure.
It seems that some newspapers, especially the Daily Torygraph, declared that Ms. Harmon wanted to become Prime Minister, when in fact, she had said that she didn't.
She then said that while she didn't want to become Prime Minister, she quite fancied taking on the leadership of the party.
Then she said that while she didn't really want to become leader of the party she quite fancied becoming Prime Minister.
She than changed her mind again and said that she didn't want to be leader or Prime Minister, and that she just wanted to go back to either of the several houses she claims on expenses, collect her John Lewis vouchers and spend the 42-week Houses of Parliament summer recess shopping.
However, she did sneak in that if David Cameron decides to resign, she wouldn't mind becoming leader of the Conservatives, because than she'd be Prime Minister by default next year. Default of the Labour Party of course.