As reported in my column here yesterday, Campbell's days appeared numbered after his October 27 televised addressed failed to generate any positive momentum.
And as also reported here Sunday, an "emergency" BC Liberal caucus meeting called for Thursday was allegedly going to confront Campbell over his failing leadership.
In his very brief remarks Campbell said his government had:"continued to move forward with initiatives that will create jobs in every region of British Columbia...we've made the second largest income tax reduction in the province's history...."
"It is clear to me that those initiatives have been overshadowed and when public debate becomes focused on one person rather than what's in the best interests of British Columbia, we have lost sight of what is important."
"When that happens, it's time for a change."
"This decision is what I believe is in the best interest of British Columbia, our government, our party and the people who live here."
"It's time for a new person to lead the province."
MORE TO COME...