For far less than the worsening Megrahi scandal, that is. If this Sunday Telegraph article and this Sunday Times article, which confirm all our worst suspicions about Brown's role in this appalling affair, do not rock his immoral, dishonest government to its very core, I think, as I've said before, that something is very, very wrong with Britain.
Brown, ably supported by his snake-like political double dealers, Mandelson and Straw, has brought shame and infamy on this country thanks to the decisions he took. The Eden government fell because of Suez, ostensibly an honest if flawed intervention which angered the Americans and jeopardised world peace at a time when it was already fragile.
But Eden never lied to the people about his role in the actions of his government; Brown has. Eden never misled the public about the motives for those actions; Brown has. Eden, above all, was a man of integrity and honesty; Brown most certainly is not. We have all the evidence we will ever need to know that fact now.
It is also the reason why, unless he is pursued to the ends of the earth for his lies about the travesty of justice and source of such humiliation for Britain that is the Megrahi release, he will not go.
So yes, there is something very, very wrong with Britain. Its name is Gordon Brown.