Tuesday, April 10, 2007

The last king of Scotland?

Brown must apologise for role in wrecking pensions

"The 'great pensions heist' may be last week's news, but this story won't go away. Pensions will never disappear from our headlines while more people retire on inadequate pensions. The ignominious role played by Brown will not be forgotten." ... but we have the housing market, dont we?... why to worry?

Posted by confused76 @ 09:49 AM (437 views)
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4 thoughts on “The last king of Scotland?

  • Brown is toast IMHO.

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  • Fahrenheit451 says:

    I agree, toast Brown.
    As soon as Blair steps down there should be a general election.

    1) If Brown thinks he will win an election, he will move (or arrange) for it to happen “to show that he is a man of the people”.
    2) If Brown thinks he will lose an election he will try to avoid one saying that “it will waste public money”.

    They will spin this according to what they want, not what is best for the country.

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  • Good old fashioned Scottish prudence has given way to a good old fashioned orgy of deep fried Mars Bars, neat Scotch and Lambert & Butler since Brown took up the reins.

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  • Brown will never be PM! Blair, Mandelson and the rest of the New Labour Glitterati will never allow it. A stalking horse candidate followed by a “real” candidate in Mandelson’s bum-chum Milliband. Internal party strife like Tory’s under Major and the wheels will come off the Labour machine. How markets love political turmoil!!!

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