Thursday, May 29, 2008

For a bit of light relief …

Labour cash crisis could bankrupt party leaders

... couldn't happen to a nicer bunch, could it?

Posted by mark wadsworth @ 12:11 PM (963 views)
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14 thoughts on “For a bit of light relief …

  • Will the law be changed to allow bankrupts to continue being MPs?

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  • And these are the people running the country……..

    Moreover, these are just a bunch of self serving career people, of which the Labour party has merely been a vehicle for them to enrich themselves.

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  • Actually it’s a shocking article.

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  • Can’t they just declare themselves bankrupt like Leeds United did then start the next general election with a 15 point deduction as punishment.

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  • ”…Will the law be changed to allow bankrupts to continue being MPs?..”

    who is going to have to change it?

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  • mrmickey

    I hoping Leeds United can get themselves back up now they have no debt. Once the rest of the big clubs fall into the Credit Crisis, but somehow can’t see it happening.

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  • Ahh good, Labour bashing. Now we are talking. HPC is oh so yesterday dahling..

    mrmickey said:
    >>Can’t they just declare themselves bankrupt like Leeds United did then start the next general election with a 15 point deduction as punishment.

    If they went into the polls with a 15 point reduction they may just rise to zero by the time all the votes are counted.

    Jokes aside. These idiots are our Government.

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  • indiablue19 says:

    Any wonder Blair finally turned over the reins when he did? Sounds like a fortuitous escape for him and probably on good financial advice to hold on to the fortune amassed in office and keep building further on his fees for his talks, which are said to be £250,000 a night for appearances. Better than most of us are doing!

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  • Orcusmaximus says:

    It may seem funny, until you realise that corruption on a large(r) scale is the only way they are going to get themselves out of this hole. It’ll be the UK Taxpayer paying for it in the end.

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  • george monsoon says:

    After reading this article, however shocking it may appear, I am sure that this puppet regime will easily find a way to missapropriate any funds they require to fill the black hole in the parties pocket.

    Probably not the last we will hear about this, but I am sure that the Labour Party will fudge it.

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  • Indiablue
    Blair is however mortgaged to the hilt with several properties bought at the height of the boom…we could yet see the most high profile casualty of the coming carnage.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    They covered this at LabourHome, and blamed it on ‘Tony Blair’s reckless fundraising’, what a bunch of idiots, it was the reckless SPENDING that has ruined them.

    You can also take part in LabourHome’s fun online poll entitled “Labour’s debts – would you help”?

    Denzil – I thought this would cheer you up!

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  • “Moreover, these are just a bunch of self serving career people, of which the Labour party has merely been a vehicle for them to enrich themselves.” Spot on HPWATCHER, that’s exactly what has been happening under the guise of socialism. What social changes have been made have been paid for by the working and middle classes not by Labour’s wealthy cronies.

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  • Quite a bit of debate on radio 5 live today on this topic – Poor old Gordon it just goes from bad to worse day by day (LOL)

    Nothing lucky about Anthony Charles Lynton Blair’s timing in handing over the keys to Gordo – planned and timed to perfection.

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