Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Pressure mounts on Brown as Government accused of lying

Brown aide’s claim on tax grab is completely untrue, says CBI

The pressure mounts on the alleged Prime Minister in-waiting Gordon Brown as business leaders go on the offensive and accuse the Government of trying to lie its way out of the pension uproar. Brown is conspicuous by his absence but the treasury minister Ed Balls has placed his body in the way in a vain attempt to protect the future PM.

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6 thoughts on “Pressure mounts on Brown as Government accused of lying

  • Fahrenheit451 says:

    Well done the Times for 2 years battle to get this exposed.

    Gordon Brown will get a £55,000 pension when he retires without becoming Prime Minister, or £100,000 pension if he does become PM, like any responsible criminal, he will have to pay his debts when convicted of his crime.

    So how long will it take for him to repay the billions he stole from our Pensions.

    Anyone got a calculator?

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  • Sack The Bogeyman says:

    Cowardly Brown is willing to sacrifice his loyal stooge Ed Balls in an attempt to save his own skin. It certainly looks like Balls may have lied over the CBI’s involvement in the Great Pensions Robbery but he was only acting on the orders of his master.

    It’s Stalin Brown who should be on the rack over this.

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  • I think Brown will have a severely uncomfortable time as PM, I for one hope he gets to No. 10, so that he can wreak more havoc and leave a lasting impression, old Labour, new Labour, any kind of Labour Goverment is unfortunately a disaster for most of us, the only ray of hope is that New Labour cannot rebrand and fool everyone for a second time, could they? Brown is only interested in himself and his career aspirations, everyone who voted for Labour will only have themselves to blame. Good.

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  • So lets get this straight – we have a public figure who is reviled by the population at large for creating the largest tax burden as a proportion of wealth ever, who has been labelled a Stalinist with personality defects by his peers who has now further distanced himself fromthe business community.

    So that’s the public at large, government and business who all think he is unfit for purpose.

    Isn’t someone meant to be popular before they are allowed to become prime minister?

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  • Fahrenheit451 said…

    So how long will it take for him to repay the billions he stole from our Pensions.

    Umm, that’d be 127,272 years if he retires without becoming PM or 70,000 years if he does.

    Assuming he gives all of it to the pensioners tax free.

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  • It’s taken 10 years for people to realise what Brown really is – a good old fashioned dictatorial Socialist – Stalin was probably his grandfather.

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