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I will honestly despair of the human race if Brown does a "bag swap" with Blair for No. 10, Blair goes off onto the "after dinner" circuit, they bring in a fall-guy for the economy and the public at large buy it.

You just *know* people aren't *that* stupid, but you just *know* it's going to happen.

:(

One choice that wasn't apparent before though - it looks as though it's a toss-up between a fourth term for Labour with GB in the chair or just the 3 terms with the party going to the grave, Blair pulling GB and Labour's public reputation down with him.

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One choice that wasn't apparent before though - it looks as though it's a toss-up between a fourth term for Labour with GB in the chair or just the 3 terms with the party going to the grave, Blair pulling GB and Labour's public reputation down with him.

Why do you think Brown can save NL now? The HPC and subsequent recession will come nicely just in time for 2009-10.

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:lol:

Oh oh--now the proverbial is going to hit the fan!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/blairfiresbrown/newsalert' rel="external nofollow">
Last Updated: Thursday, 7 September 2006, 11:44 GMT 12:44 UK
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Blair fires Brown after row
Tony Blair
News 24 coverage
Tony Blair has fired his Chancellor hours after a stormy row Downing Street has confirmed.
He will make a statement on his future between 1400 BST and 1500 BST.

:P

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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/07092006/323/iron...-s-top-job.html

The 'iron chancellor' within striking distance of Britain's top job

AFP Thursday September 7, 11:01 AM

By Ben Perry
LONDON (AFP) - Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown, alleged to be behind a "coup" against Tony Blair, appears to be closer than ever to fulfilling his ambition to become the next prime minister.
Brown, dubbed the "iron chancellor" for his nine-year strict stewardship of his country's economy,
was pictured in many newspapers with a grin on his face as he left a reportedly stormy meeting with Blair on Wednesday
.
The meeting occurred on a day that eight junior government members resigned after endorsing a letter urging Blair to quit sooner than later for the sake of the party and country.
It was a "coup" orchestrated by Brown, a former ally turned arch rival, some papers said.

Imagine the man who has ruined the economy for generations by planting the seeds of inflation through irresponsible borrowing becoming Prime Minister. :o

"My thoughts exactly" TB <_<

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Guest Charlie The Tramp

The new Chancellor of the Exchequer is to be John Prescott when Blair resigns.

Ed Balls is now being groomed, already done and dusted, the reason he became an MP.

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Ed Balls is now being groomed, already done and dusted, the reason he became an MP.

Well I hope that is true, worth it just to read the Headlines.

Balls ED UP to Downing Street

Edited by laurejon

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They are asking the public to submit what they perceive to be the New Labour Parties key successes since coming to office, answers on back of a postage stamp please!!.

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Best thing (for Nu Labour) is to lose the next election then let the next government take the blame for the

economic fallout.

This is what will happen.

Those nasty Tories will get in then get the blame when it all goes **** over tit - I actually hope they make a point of not winning the next election.

Leave Brown and buddies with a sinking ship on their watch (not that it hasn't already rattled off the iceberg and is floundering - the majority of people just have not realised it yet "but this ship can't sink")

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Have you seen the comments about Labour: http://newsforums.bbc.co.uk/nol/thread.jsp...paginator

I know, everyone you speak to, regardless of political persuasion hates him like poison. The idea of a farewell tour? The comment about having to ship out the real people and bus in supporters for each venue is bang on. Arrogance, pure, simple arrogance.

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Have you seen the comments about Labour: http://newsforums.bbc.co.uk/nol/thread.jsp...paginator

The man who will go down in histiory as having ruined the nation for generations is not TB but GB. Tony has only attempted to do it but will not succeed. But with TB allowing him to remain in office to work his economic miracle I suppose that old latin maxim respondat superior applies.

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The man who will go down in histiory as having ruined the nation for generations is not TB but GB. Tony has only attempted to do it but will not succeed. But with TB allowing him to remain in office to work his economic miracle I suppose that old latin maxim respondat superior applies.

Not to mention qui tacet consentire videtur.

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Best thing (for Nu Labour) is to lose the next election then let the next government take the blame for the

economic fallout.

I am almost convinced that it will happen. The only thing to save us from Gorgon Brown's miracle economy, and even worse his leadership, is...a miracle!! :lol:

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That would be perfect. Two Shags and One eye in Charge of the country. The Dream Team.!

Apparently it should be no eyes. He's officially registred as blind as his sight in the one eye is so bad (so can't drive a car, for instance). Probably explains how he ended up marrying Mrs Brown.

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