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Alistair Darling Caught In The Act.....

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Alistair caught in the act, trying to groom a small boy into the labour party, explaining about inflation and how he will remain in control, no more boom and bust.

Another person who doesn't believe it.

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Is that early days, before the hair turned. My granny used to tell a story about a young man she new of who went off to the 1st World War, with a thick head of black hair. He came back with totally white hair, and one event (unknown) in the trenches was supposed to have turned it "overnight". Don`t know about the "overnight" bit, but the story certainly chilled me as a young lad. Wonder what it would take to turn Darlings eyebrows as well?

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Is that early days, before the hair turned. My granny used to tell a story about a young man she new of who went off to the 1st World War, with a thick head of black hair. He came back with totally white hair, and one event (unknown) in the trenches was supposed to have turned it "overnight". Don`t know about the "overnight" bit, but the story certainly chilled me as a young lad. Wonder what it would take to turn Darlings eyebrows as well?

A gallon of caustic soda? :angry:

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Guest Charlie The Tramp

I don`t know why you have a pop at Alistair.

Brown leaves the Treasury and take Ed Balls with him.

Alistair protests that he will be left holding the baby.

Not to worry says Gordon when I am forced to sack you a nice job as an EU Commissioner awaits you.

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