As most friends here know, I am probably classified as an old fart.
I have no problem with this, because, by being old, (62...), I can really say what I mean, and I don't care much if others disagree - except if I've inadvertantly upset someone, which is not why I'm here.
But did you notice the body language of Brown, when he arrived at Buck House to say he's pissing off?
He charged off on arrival, leaving 'the wife' behind, shaking hands with soldiers, 'important' flunkies etc, and eventually made his wife follow him into the place where he was going to self-destruct!
What incredibly bad manners!
So; Good, Gordon Drown - you're history.
Now just flash back a few minutes later, to Cameron, arriving at the same house in Whitehall. Deference clear in his manners, and, spot the difference - they were evident in that moment he arrived in Downing street, when he stopped short and immediately helped Sam from the car, and they both walked up towards the front door of Number Ten.
Good live action this - I've waited long and hard for this moment.