Well, I was just about to switch off the laptop but Iain Gray popped on BBC News 24 so I thought I would watch it and try to reproduce what was said:
It began with general chat about Gordon who Iain said is "the biggest political figure in my generation"
With regard to the banking crisis, apparently if we "hadn't had Gordon Brown and Alastair Darling taking the action they did then we would have lost the bank completely"
With regard to events north of the border Iain Gray is "clear we're in opposition" and also mentioned closing the book on the 2007 manifesto again.
For the Glenrothes by-election - "I don't know when it's going to be".
And a final thought when asked if Gordon Brown's leadership hinged on the Glenrothes by-election result:
"No I don't (think that), the media and others come up with tests. I think we're going to do well in Glenrothes. I also think Gordon Brown is the right person to lead not just the Labour party but the country as well"
Sparkling stuff hey? So exciting I nearly fell off my chair.
Let me be clear, there's a snowball's chance in hell this man has the charisma to be our First Minister. And, another point, does anyone else think he speaks like his teeth are glued together?