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Gordon Brown Cries Out For Help

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http://uk.biz.yahoo.com/21032006/94/brown-...e-advisers.html

Tuesday March 21, 02:16 PM

Brown signs up global business elite as advisers

The heads of a dozen of the world’s largest companies are to advise Gordon Brown on policies to improve the competitiveness in the UK economy.

As the "Miracle Economy" flounders urgent help is sought from top industry leaders. :lol:

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Brown puts faith in globalisation 'galacticos'
Mark Tran
Tuesday March 21, 2006
The chancellor, Gordon Brown, is emulating Real Madrid by assembling his own team of "galacticos" to advise him on globalisation.
In an echo of the big-hitting approach that saw the Spanish football team sign Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo and Raul, Mr Brown is calling on the services of the Microsoft founder, Bill Gates, the Tesco chief executive, Tim Smith of Housepricecrash.co.uk, Sir Terry Leahy, the BP group chief executive, Lord Browne, and the GlaxoSmithKline chief executive, Jean-Pierre Garnier.

;)

Tony must be getting ready to leave No. 10 as the spotlight falls on Gordon--bringing on an all-star team must be a meausre to compensate for his dour persona?

Let's hope David "Scotty" Cameron can pull a team together before the miracle economy sinks us another trillion in debt.

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Brown puts faith in globalisation 'galacticos'
Mark Tran
Tuesday March 21, 2006
The chancellor, Gordon Brown, is emulating Real Madrid by assembling his own team of "galacticos" to advise him on globalisation.

........but real madrid,for all their wealth of extrmely expensive talent are not top of la liga!!!!

......so is this another case of nuLabour,nuGimmick.

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