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`Labour are preparing smooth transition `

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Who is labour and who appointed him/her to this task. I think we should be told.

horace

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Guest Charlie The Tramp
Any bets on when Tony will go?

Just before the public realise the sh*t is about to hit the fan

He will fetch in Ed Balls as Chancellor and the economy will be saved.

Please stop panicing.

Brown and Balls the dream ticket.

<_<

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ITV News just reported Labour are preparing smooth transition between Bliar and Brown.

Any bets on when Tony will go?

Next year. Hence the announcement on council tax, blaming OPEC/oil, IRs and an increasingly wobbly economy. Brown wants out of his job ASAP some poor sap can take the blame.

Sadly, I think Brown will get away with it. The media and British public are much too compliant with him.

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brown and balls.....?

i cant believe were going to be run by brown and balls. now

i am sure this is all a bad dream....

they do say, if you cant afford cheesy wotsits scratch your butt and eat polystyrene.

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