Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Labour Losing It.






Guido.

and

Sky News Full Interview With Postal Brown


Relations between Rupert Murdoch's News International and the government disintegrated today during 24 hours of recriminations over the move by its flagship paper, the Sun, to switch allegiance to the Conservatives.

Gordon Brown moved quickly to deny any political damage, saying: "It is the people who decide elections." But on one occasion the prime minister was clearly tested, tearing at his ear piece when he made an irritated and overly hasty departure from one TV interview, prompting aides to clarify later it had not been an angry "walkout".

Tony Woodley, joint leader of the Unite union, was cheered as he used a speech to the conference hall to rip up a copy of that morning's edition, while Labour's deputy leader Harriet Harman told the conference hall Labour would not be "bullied" by the paper.

Lord Mandelson, the business secretary, told News International's chief executive, Rebekah Brooks, on the phone on Tuesday night: "You will be regarded as a bunch of chumps, we will not lose sleep over this." Earlier reports said Mandelson had used an expletive beginning with C, but Brooks is said to have rung the business secretary to confirm he called her a "chump".




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Beyond Delusional


Gordon has been lifting policy from other parties again.

"From now on all 16 and 17 year old parents who get support from the taxpayer will be placed in a network of supervised homes. These shared homes will offer not just a roof over their heads, but a new start in life where they learn responsibility and how to raise their children properly.
"

As Guido has pointed out this is just BNP LITE policy.

Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Labour is dying.

This conference seems to be more about getting the party used to a Labour defeat, than winning a further term in office.
The 0% party with a 0% leader and 0% chance.
Go4th? Cum3rd and win a teapot more likely.





Monday, 28 September 2009

Delusion and Denial in Brighton

Peter wants a job with Dave, Gordon isn't unwell and Ali is still his Darling.

Saturday, 26 September 2009

Gordon is Home.


America may think you're great Gordon but your homeys think your a twat apparently.

Thursday, 24 September 2009

Some advice Gordon.

When in a hole, it is often a good idea to stop digging.
In your case however, please feel free to ignore the above.

Carry on now.

Brown Out of Favour With Obama.

Brown repeatedly snubbed by Obama as "Special Relationship" all but disappears over Libya dispute.

"British officials made five attempts to secure official talks with the US President and even agreed to a policy change in an attempt to land a joint appearance between the two leaders, said diplomatic sources.

But the White House rebuffed the offers and Mr Brown, who had hoped to increase his popularity by appearing on his own with Mr Obama, had to settle instead for a snatched conversation with the President in a New York kitchen."


You are a fucking embarrassment, you jaw droppingly stupid, desperate for a photo opp, pant pissing, has been.



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Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Justice, Scotland Stylee.

Click Da Pic For Da Strait Dope Innit.

The Justice Awards were established by the Attorney General, the Rt. Hon Baroness Scotland of Asthal QC, then Minister of State for the Home Office in 2004. The Justice Awards were established by the Attorney General, the Rt. Hon Baroness Scotland of Asthal QC, then Minister of State for the Home Office in 2004.

For years petty regulations have been tripping up millions of law-abiding people.

Now it’s their chance to snigger!




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Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Soon Be Over Gordon


Gordon Brown was last night warned Labour must return to its traditional left-wing values to have any chance of winning the next election.

MP Jon Cruddas said the party was in despair with power fading fast.

"A sense of loss pervades the party. Not just of power sliding away, but a more profound loss, one relating to our essential mission, our very identity. We have lost our language, our empathy our generosity because we have retreated into a philosophical framework of the right. It is only by returning to our traditions and radicalism that we can confront this dangerous force. We can still win."
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Monday, 7 September 2009

Friday, 4 September 2009

Brown At The End Of His Tether?


"The Prime Minister of Great Britain is a man too ill to be holding the Office." This was the conclusion last week of a senior civil servant liaising regularly with Gordon Brown. For reasons which will become clear, the person involved will not go public with the evidence for this conclusion. The same applies to a high-ranking Treasury official who told us "In both a physical and mental sense, the Prime Minister is a very sick man, seriously disabled." Three years ago, an Opposition MP told nby "He is on extremely heavy doses of cutting-edge anti-depressants, but so far they have made little difference". And during the last fortnight, another high-ranking government source claimed "He is now on pills which restrict the foods he can eat and what he can drink. He is losing the sight of his good eye quite rapidly. It's a mess, and nobody knows what to do".


H/T John Ward via Old Holborn

Positively Offensive


BP lobbied Jack Straw before he changed mind over Lockerbie bomber


Jack Straw was personally lobbied by BP over Britain’s prisoner transfer agreement with Libya just before he abandoned efforts to exclude the Lockerbie bomber from the deal… the Justice Secretary took two telephone calls from Sir Mark Allen, a former M16 agent, who was by then working for BP as a consultant, on October 15 and November 9, 2007.

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