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Gordon Brown: "i Called For Global Financial Reform Ten Years Ago"

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Why can't these journo's just read a few of his Mansion House speeches where he kissed their asse$ year after year after year :-

Too much effort?

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1. Didn't he also say no more boom and bust 10 years ago?

2. 15 years ago he made that comment about a weak currency being the sign of a weak economy and a weak government.

Well done people for providing the links and info for hopefully journos and commentators to give the ******* hell.

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"by moving away from the old blanket approach, of 100 per cent form-filling and 100 per cent inspection that is inefficient and wasteful of your time, to a new approach based on risk… And I believe, too, we should consider how we can continue to extend our risk-based approach, applying the concept of risk not just to the enforcement of regulation, but also to the design and indeed to the decision as to whether to regulate at all… And we will take the fight on deregulation to Europe.”

Source: GB Speech to the CBI, 5 June 5, 2006

Ooops, credit where credit is due. Lifted shamelessly from guido.

Edited by linuxgeek

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From Guido Fawkes blog

http://www.order-order.com/

Dithering De-Regulator Becomes Sagacious Regulator

Gordon Brown: "I called for global financial reform ten years ago" - Prime Minister Gordon Brown during his speech on Britain and the Global economy at the Foreign Press Association claimed today that he had been warning for ten years that the international financial markets needed to be more strongly regulated.

Source: Press Association, January 26, 2009

"by moving away from the old blanket approach, of 100 per cent form-filling and 100 per cent inspection that is inefficient and wasteful of your time, to a new approach based on risk… And I believe, too, we should consider how we can continue to extend our risk-based approach, applying the concept of risk not just to the enforcement of regulation, but also to the design and indeed to the decision as to whether to regulate at all… And we will take the fight on deregulation to Europe.”

Source: Speech to the CBI, 5 June 5, 2006

You are often left wondering if he really believes what he says. Does he really think Britain is best placed to weather the financial storm? Does he really think Britain has a low debt economy? He says these clearly untrue claims which are not accepted by any independent observers or global financial investors.

If Gordon does believe what he is saying you have to assume he is delusional, if he doesn't believe it, than he's a liar. Not much of a choice...

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"by moving away from the old blanket approach, of 100 per cent form-filling and 100 per cent inspection that is inefficient and wasteful of your time, to a new approach based on risk… And I believe, too, we should consider how we can continue to extend our risk-based approach, applying the concept of risk not just to the enforcement of regulation, but also to the design and indeed to the decision as to whether to regulate at all… And we will take the fight on deregulation to Europe.”

Source: GB Speech to the CBI, 5 June 5, 2006

He really is delusional, he's lied so often he doesn't know what the truth is.

I think for him the truth is what ever is convenient at the time and what he thinks we want to hear.

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Thanks to everyone who added bits to this.

I've now forwarded it all on to Cameron, Clarke, Clegg and Cable

No doubt they will ignore it, but I can but try.

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Broon is heading for a Mussolini moment

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Please add the Labour Peers Lord Snape and Lord Taylor to the list.

"Give me 100k, at least to wet my appetite"

Labour/Socialists are disgusting, they should be hauled out to the front of the House of Lords and the public allowed to stone them all to death. They are the most evil theiving miscreants imaginable, scabbing off the backs of the working classes.

The best place for a Labour Polititian is in the Cemetary, with a headstone exposing them for their evil ways.

Champions of the working classes........................Get out of here!!!.

Edited by laurejon

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Please add the Labour Peers Lord Snape and Lord Taylor to the list.

"Give me 100k, at least to wet my appetite"

Labour/Socialists are disgusting, they should be hauled out to the front of the House of Lords and the public allowed to stone them all to death. They are the most evil theiving miscreants imaginable, scabbing off the backs of the working classes.

The best place for a Labour Polititian is in the Cemetary, with a headstone exposing them for their evil ways.

Champions of the working classes........................Get out of here!!!.

Revolting scum aren't they

It really is time to kick them all out. the Commons and the Lords.

I'd gladly weild the axe

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Thanks to everyone who added bits to this.

I've now forwarded it all on to Cameron, Clarke, Clegg and Cable

No doubt they will ignore it, but I can but try.

I'm full of admiration if you do this, interestrateripoff

It has to be the biggest lie since Tony Blair said, quote, 'I'm a pretty straight sort of guy'.

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I'm full of admiration if you do this, interestrateripoff

It has to be the biggest lie since Tony Blair said, quote, 'I'm a pretty straight sort of guy'.

If he had added 'in a bent as a fork kinda way' it would at least have been funny.

EDIT: and I never trust anyone who calls themselves a 'guy'. Its creepy.

Edited by Elizabeth

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Can we try him for crimes against humanity and treason>? His mouth spouts bull like a sewer it is all LIES.

He should be forced to resign why won't the press hound him out over this?

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