Thursday, Sep 07, 2006

The desperation is showing

Lifestyle Extra: Change Of PM 'Could Boost Economy'

Tony Blair could help restore confidence in the UK economy by resigning as Prime Minister, according to a financial expert.

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1. Adnil said...

I don't think people will have more confidence in Gordon Brown who has stabbed Tony Blair in the back. Tony Blair is a genuine caring honest person who has run his time as Prime Minister accordingly. Who wants a Prime Minister who is devious and manipulates the situation to his own advantage which is the case with Gordon Brown? Gordon Brown is slimey. This is the beginning of the end for labour. The success was with Tony Blair. If Gordon Brown thinks he can compete he is living in a dream world. It won't happen Gordon - you haven't got it!

Friday, September 8, 2006 12:07AM Report Comment
 

2. Lambstotheslaughter said...

We'll see - although I think GB will be picking through the tatters of this country and be in a similar position to Major.

Table 3 of this link

http://www.hbosplc.com/economy/includes/16-04-05GeneralElectionsandhouseprices.doc

shows what happened in his term and the overall figures would indicate a correction soon.

Friday, September 8, 2006 08:26AM Report Comment
 

3. Surfgatinho said...

What a bunch of complete and utter drivel! Fionnuala, what kind of name is that anyway!
The article does absolutely nothing to explain why a change in PM will make any difference. It then goes on to talk about falling consumer confidence. Well, hate to disappoint anyone but consumers may apparently be idiots, but there is good reason why there confidence is falling and it's getting close to when they are going to have to pay for 10 years of binging. Nothing can alter this fact

Friday, September 8, 2006 10:07AM Report Comment
 

4. the bald man said...

Perhaps Gordan going might be the real answer. trouble is it is too late the damage has been done and we will be paying debt back for years.

Friday, September 8, 2006 10:53AM Report Comment
 

5. P. O. O. R said...

It is amazing, that everyone I know dreads the thought of Gordon Brown getting the top job - My guess is that Mr Bliar thinks the same, and is holding off in the hope that some decent competition comes out of the woodwork to ensure that Mr Brown does not succeed him. I would agree with the bald man, who says that it is too late the damage has been done. Friends of mine are now starting to make cutbacks due to the fact that so many of their monthly bills have increased.

Friday, September 8, 2006 02:42PM Report Comment
 

6. Ticktock said...

REF - Tony Blair is a genuine caring honest person

Ummmmm....no, no he isn't actualy.Ummm, In fact, I think that this could be a contender for being just about the most inaccurate statement ever made!
(although probably behind in the running to clasics like 'we know Saddam has WMD' or 'there is no point in a ceasefire in lebanon' or ' Iraq is being turned into a stable member of the international community' or 'we are winning the battle for hearts and minds in Afganistan', or 'we are winning the war on terror' etc. etc.)

Saturday, September 9, 2006 10:38AM Report Comment
 

7. Ticktock said...

REF - Tony Blair is a genuine caring honest person

Ummmmm....no, no he isn't actualy.Ummm, In fact, I think that this could be a contender for being just about the most inaccurate statement ever made!
(although probably behind in the running to clasics like 'we know Saddam has WMD' or 'there is no point in a ceasefire in lebanon' or ' Iraq is being turned into a stable member of the international community' or 'we are winning the battle for hearts and minds in Afganistan', or 'we are winning the war on terror' etc. etc.)

Saturday, September 9, 2006 10:38AM Report Comment
 

8. inbreda said...

Well said ticktock. It would take a lifetimes work to document all of the slimey, dishonest and downright genocidal things that Balir has done. I would still like to see him in the Hague.

Sunday, September 10, 2006 12:05AM Report Comment
 

9. hard cheese said...

All this talk about Crash Gordon getting Bliars job, I thought we had a deputy prime minister, you all know two jags? Where is he these days? Would it not be "prudent" for the deputy to step up into No10? Why is he not putting pressure on Bliar to leave for a job of a life time?
Nah, it all stinks to me. We are all being conned one way or the other.

Sunday, September 10, 2006 08:36AM Report Comment
 

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