Gordon Brown: 'psychological flaws' is starting to look like an understatment - TelegraphSo that’s what Alastair Campbell meant when he complained about Gordon Brown’s ‘psychological flaws’. At the time the phrase had a hugely debilitating effect on Tony Blair’s leadership; now it reads like the mother of all understatements. If an even temperament is a vital quality in a leader, then Mr Brown should never have been allowed through the door of Number 10.
What does the sentence I hightlighted in blue mean?
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