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Gordon Brown Still A Moron

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Why is Brown, a backbencher MP, racketing around the world earning extra money when parliament is still sitting? Most of us would lose our jobs if we did 2nd jobs while we should be working.:angry:

As to the 'bumping' of passengers from 1st Class - shouldn't BA have a better way of ensuring they're not overbooked in this computerised age? Like saying 'no' when Brown and his party booked. I don't believe BA when they say that Broon et al didn't cause the problem. A swift investigation of the number of people bumped and the number in Gorgon Broon's party should clear that one up.<_<

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Why is Brown, a backbencher MP, racketing around the world earning extra money when parliament is still sitting? Most of us would lose our jobs if we did 2nd jobs while we should be working.:angry:

As to the 'bumping' of passengers from 1st Class - shouldn't BA have a better way of ensuring they're not overbooked in this computerised age? Like saying 'no' when Brown and his party booked. I don't believe BA when they say that Broon et al didn't cause the problem. A swift investigation of the number of people bumped and the number in Gorgon Broon's party should clear that one up.<_<

Anything that keeps him out of the country is arguably a good thing, it's just a pity it didn't happen more often when he was PM.

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Mr Brown was travelling back from Abu Dhabi after giving a lecture to students at the New York University campus in the country.

The former PM has been appointed by the university as a £70,000-a-year 'distinguished global leader in residence'.

How many lectures does he have to give to earn £70k a year?

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