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Just read that darling has warnd the party about committing to spending plans before the next election. Is he expecting there to be any money in the coffers. I read they left a note when they left saying there was naff all money left. Got to laugh.....

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Just read that darling has warned the party about committing to spending plans before the next election. Is he expecting there to be any money in the coffers. I read they left a note when they left saying there was naff all money left. Got to laugh.....

Don't worry. They can just create more.

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Gordon Brown was a Marxist, dedicated to destroying capitalism.

Remember the 'Bigot' remark?

Who remembers the 'Progressive Alliance' Gordons desparate attempt to make a coalition with the Lib Dems.

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Who remembers the 'Progressive Alliance' Gordons desparate attempt to make a coalition with the Lib Dems.

Now you mention it ...

That would've required Scottish and Welsh nationalists to command a majority. Since they have rightly committed to not voting on England-only matters in parliament, they couldn't do that. And if they did it's an instant constitutional crisis, bringing Blair's mess to a head.

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