Nah, surely not? How could that be when there is no Plan B, because Plan A is faultless?
All the growth predictions that Osborne came up since the day he took office with have been wrong. And still there is no plan B. Initial explanations were that it was all the fault of the last Labour government, and now it's all the fault of the €uro Zone.
So Plan A++ is that David Cameron sits in on discussions about how to solve the €uro crisis, and given that his record on solving economic crises is so unflawed, everyone except that ungrateful little Napoleon blokey (who's only crabby because the baby keeps him up at night) should be delighted. Right?
And when he's sorted the €uro, maybe he'd like to visit Washington where Ben Bernane's got a few problems; then China, with a rate of growth which has slowed to 9%. Doubtless a few lessons in Cameronics would have their economy looking like new pin.
What is it with these British prime ministers that they need to save the world, when they can't even save the UK?