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I feel the Telegraph MUST go to press the day before polling day, on Gordon's own personal expenses expose.

What say you?

Oh dear- there is only one option :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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I feel the Telegraph MUST go to press the day before polling day, on Gordon's own personal expenses expose.

What say you?

Oh dear- there is only one option :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

Not heard much rumour. It was said that he didn't even have carpets or a colour TV in No 11 until he became a family man.

I did read (on Private Eye I think) he trousered bottles of champagne when flying to overseas meetings which he then gave out as personal gifts.

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The latest MORI poll has Zanu Labour support down to 18%. Please let the Telegraph have something which can drive this even lower. The timing on the day before the elections would be perfect.

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The latest MORI poll has Zanu Labour support down to 18%. Please let the Telegraph have something which can drive this even lower. The timing on the day before the elections would be perfect.

A "Gordon Brown used rent boys on expenses" would be good :lol::lol:

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Not heard much rumour. It was said that he didn't even have carpets or a colour TV in No 11 until he became a family man.

Not suprising really. He is as dull as dishwater after all.

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The combination of party politics and elections along with a self destructive government attempting to "according to sources" someone

before they can "trusted insider" you. The master of dark arts battling to control the spin, Gordon putting Balls into No. 11 and refusing

to step down

This is going to be spectacular and a fitting end to New Labour, as they claw and scratch each other all clamouring to stab the other in the back first.

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The combination of party politics and elections along with a self destructive government attempting to "according to sources" someone

before they can "trusted insider" you. The master of dark arts battling to control the spin, Gordon putting Balls into No. 11 and refusing

to step down

This is going to be spectacular and a fitting end to New Labour, as they claw and scratch each other all clamouring to stab the other in the back first.

A bit like in the 1980s when the Labour Party Conferance was compulsive television due to the hatred and bitterness displayed, but better.

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The combination of party politics and elections along with a self destructive government attempting to "according to sources" someone

before they can "trusted insider" you. The master of dark arts battling to control the spin, Gordon putting Balls into No. 11 and refusing

to step down

This is going to be spectacular and a fitting end to New Labour, as they claw and scratch each other all clamouring to stab the other in the back first.

Apart from Adam Smith and David Hume, of course, what is there about all things Scottish and the worst economists in the world?

1. Gordon Brown

2. Alistair Darling

3. Fred the Shred

4. John Law - man behind disastrous Mississipi bubble that brought France to its knees

5. William Paterson - man behind disastrous Darien scheme that brought Scotland to its knees

6. Hamish McTavish

7. James Crosby because of link to Lloyds-HBOS disaster

8. Alex Salmon and his dream of an "arc of prosperity" with, um, Iceland and Ireland

Can't wait to see what will happen if the Chinese ever elect a Scottish minister of finance...

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A bit like in the 1980s when the Labour Party Conferance was compulsive television due to the hatred and bitterness displayed, but better.

First test up to Euro elections is out, "untainted" MP method. Beckett looking sly on the center line possible sarcasm and self aggrandising support

of a failing party leader, Mandelson on point, Miliband and Johnson nowhere to be seen possible ambush with sacrifical MPs to get them close enough.

Political cannon fodder most likely for the master of dark arts, it's far too early better to wait until his bodygaurd is getting lazy.

Mrs Beckett said Mr Brown's economic credentials meant it would be wrong to try to oust him.

"There could be nothing more grossly irresponsible at the time of the greatest recession, maybe for 60 or 70 years, than to suggest that it is a good idea to dispense with the services of one of the people who is recognised everywhere in the world as best fitted to deal with it," she said.

Lord Mandelson, the Business Secretary, also defended Mr Brown, insisting that he "has the full backing of the Cabinet and the party".

Alan Johnson, the Health Secretary, and David Miliband, the Foreign Secretary, are positioning themselves as potential successors should Mr Brown be ousted, but neither wants to be seen to instigate a challenge.

One scenario being discussed among disaffected MPs is for an "untainted" MP, someone with no history in the old Blair-Brown struggle, to make the first challenge and then trigger a wider show of discontent that makes the Prime Minister's position untenable.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics...et-Beckett.html

I think Mandelson is going to be Foreign Secretary, fantastic work by the master. You really have to read the whole thing.

http://news.scotsman.com/latestnews/Batter...t-to.5323406.jp

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