port for Labour. Today, during interviews for Sky, GMTV and the BBC, he complained he was not being allowed to make his case. Asked about Lord Mandelsons comment that the public could not see through a filter at the Prime Ministers real character, Mr Brown said: He was probably talking about the media. At the end of his Sky interview, the Prime Minister looked furious when the cameras turned off and he tried to walk away. However, he still had a microphone clipped on and did not realise he was sup- posed to remain in the same seat for his next interview, this time with the BBCs Sian Williams. given me the chance to talk about the economy. Mr Browns angry morn- ing was fuelled by learning that The Sun has with- drawn its sup- SCHOOLS which fail to crack down on classroom indiscipline will face Government intervention, Schools Secretary Ed Balls warned today. In a bid to outflank the Tories on a key election issue, Mr Balls said that all schools should root out disruptive pupils or face an Ofsted re-inspection. He also announced that the most badly behaved pupils would be pulled out of mainstream schools and forced into sin bin education centres, or taught elsewhere within their school. London Lite Wednesday, 30 September 2009 7 Gordonloses itPrimeMinistersangerduringliveTVinterviews HARRIET HARMAN today called on California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to close down a US website that allows men to grade prostitutes in London. Labours Deputy Leader said Punternet, which allows men to comment on individual prostitutes, was truly degrading . Police have advised her that the website allows punters to rank call girls in a range of ways and makes it easier to find a prostitute. But the California-based site is beyond the UKs legal jurisdiction. Ms Harman, who is also equalities minister, wants the curb the expected rise in demand for prostitutes in the run-up to the 2012 Olympics. She said: Surely it cant be too difficult for the Terminator to terminate Punternet. BY MARK BLUNDEN Callgirlwebsiteneedsterminating In action: Arnie as Terminator BRIGHTON BITS SCHOOLS which fail to crack down on classroom indiscipline will face Government Schoolblitz THOUSANDS of teachers and council workers would be put in fear of losing their jobs under election tactics Labour may use against the Tories. Senior Labour figures believe Mr Brown should adopt the negative campaigning used by John Major to beat Neil Kinnock in 1992. It is thought the Prime Minister is being encouraged to use adverts warning of job losses under Tory spending cuts. But the strategy could leave Labour open to accusations of scaremongering. THOUSANDS of teachers and council workers would be put in fear of losing their jobs under Jobsattack THE shutters are going up at Browns Bunker. Although the PM came out for a blitz of interviews this morning, his tetchy behaviour and impatience to get out spoke volumes about his anger at the way he feels he is being treated by the media. His fury began a week ago in America. After stories of him being snubbed by Barack Obama, he rebuked reporters in person, railing that they were ignorant about how summits were run. It was the worst atmosphere on any trip in memory, said one witness. THE shutters are going up at Browns Bunker. Although the PM came out for a blitz of interviews this Inthebunker GORDON Brown and his henchmen have managed to kill off a string of possible challengers and this week is no exception. Alan Johnsons grand total of seven minutes for his own speech, having seen his best policy plums stolen by the PM, was the equivalent of the Princes in the Tower being gently suffocated. David Miliband is under no illusions about his own graveyard slot tomorrow. When asked if it was a deliberate ploy, he told a pal: Of course, it is. GORDON and his henchmen have managed to kill off a string of possible challengers Shortshrift Mr Brown complained to Boulton: Look, Adam, we are going through a recession -- I dont think you asked about that at all. Asked to guarantee he would not step down as Premier before the election, he said tersely: I have got a job to do. He said his personality was not the issue and when Boulton per- sisted, he interjected: It does obsess you. At the end of the interview, he stood up while Williams was still speaking to the cameras and in his haste to exit stepped between her and the cam- era. Williams tried to smooth over the gaffe, saying: You can stay where you are if you want. The Sun today turned on Labours record but Mr Brown told GMTV: I think Sun readers, when they look at what I say, will agree with what I said. AN angry Gordon Brown turned on the media today as his fightback ran into trouble. The Prime Minister lost his cool on live TV and tried to walk off at the end of an inter- view while still connected to a microphone. At one stage he told Sky Newss Adam Boulton: You are sounding a bit like a politi- cal propagandist yourself. At another point, he was in such a hurry to leave a BBC inter- view that he stood between the startled pre- senter and the camera. He said Boulton, Skys political editor, seemed to obsess about the Labour leader- ship and snapped: You have not Breaking point: Gordon Brown on Sky today On the couch: a jovial PM for a GMTV interview, but news of The Suns attack quickly soured his mood Californian mission: Harman index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html52.html53.html54.html55.html