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When's Gordon Going To Go For Pm's Job?

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This hasn't been in the press of late so anyone got any news or picked up any rumours on this? Is Tone going to see out the full term as PM or what? Speculation Speculation Speculation.

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This hasn't been in the press of late so anyone got any news or picked up any rumours on this? Is Tone going to see out the full term as PM or what? Speculation Speculation Speculation.

I have been saying for a couple of months that I expect old Tony to step down on health grounds before Christmas. The economy is going to the dogs and more and more people are starting to realise that Browns economic miracle was built on debt which will lead to lost opportunity and misery for millions of the very people Labour were suposed to protect.

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Yeah but no but yeah but Gordon said that Tony said that he'd have his job but Cherie said that the flats that Peter sold would only go up because Ewan needed somewhere to stay while at uni which is better than getting off his face at Leicester Sq and getting picked up by the cops while his dad was trying to find the terrorists and that guy who lives in the desert whats his name and besides the place in Belgravia is a dud so Tony needs all the work he can get.

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On Radio 4 this (or was it yesterday?) morning, Tone said "...when Gordon, or whoever's in power next..."

Looks like he's getting ready to go. Just a little longer though I reckon - just before the economic outlook get really bad. Looks like Tone's going to outmaneuver Gordon again... poor old Gordon!

Who d'ya reckon will become chancellor if Gordon gets the top job? Ed Balls? Maybe he'll end up taking the blame for the balls-up.. :D

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Lose - To be parted from one's possession, ie when Labour loses the next election.

Loose - The state of the average BTL investor's bowel, or the state of the rope around a BTL investor's neck before the economy tanks.

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This hasn't been in the press of late so anyone got any news or picked up any rumours on this? Is Tone going to see out the full term as PM or what? Speculation Speculation Speculation.

It's Labour conference soon, so we shall see what he has to say then. No doubt GB will have enough battling against "external factors, OPEC, etc", he did a speech to the TUC the other day, received 6 seconds of applause.

Not even the unions appreciate his largess of late and will expect nice pay rises in the face of rising inflation.

He can't win, poor bloke :lol:

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On Radio 4 this (or was it yesterday?) morning, Tone said "...when Gordon, or whoever's in power next..."

Looks like he's getting ready to go. Just a little longer though I reckon - just before the economic outlook get really bad. Looks like Tone's going to outmaneuver Gordon again... poor old Gordon!

Who d'ya reckon will become chancellor if Gordon gets the top job? Ed Balls? Maybe he'll end up taking the blame for the balls-up..  :D

ooh... SUCH easy pickings for headline writers.... :rolleyes:

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