There’s fevered excitement around Westminster, the home of the UK parliament this morning. The talk is all about whether prime minister Gordon Brown can survive the latest barrage of criticism from within his own party.
The knives are out, and the latest minister to resign from his cabinet has directly called on Mr Brown to step down. On Newshour today we’ll be down in the action outside parliament for a special programme, bringing together MPs from all parties, and asking whether this is a crisis in a small British teacup or if there are wider implications.
After all, not so many months ago, many around the world praised Gordon Brown for his forthright policies to turn round the global recession. Do you think he’s being unfairly treated? Has he been let down by parliament itself, embroiled as it is in the scandal over expense claims? How does the behaviour of British MPs compare with those where you live? Has Gordon Brown lost the authority to lead Britain?
Give us your comments and we’ll put as many as can on air and to our guests on the programme, which you can listen to at 1200GMT.