"This is Gordon Brown's moment. The terror attacks (and his response to them) have established the tone of his premiership as surely as the death of the Princess of Wales (and Tony Blair's reaction to it) did for his predecessor's. No temperament could be better suited to the times than Mr Brown's: all that famously dour ponderousness has looked, during the past three days, absolutely appropriate. All those supposed character flaws—his failure to emote, his absence of informality, his distant, slightly authoritarian air—are suddenly hugely reassuring." [Telegraph U.K.]