Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Better late than never, I suppose

PM Admits Labour Will Make Spending Cuts

Gordon Brown has admitted for the first time that if Labour wins the next election, it will have to make "cuts" to public spending. The site has Gordo ranting on about the Tories being the party of cuts, 3 months ago - he was going to spend his way out, remember?

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5 thoughts on “Better late than never, I suppose

  • Best quote so far was from Adam Boulton’s blog on Sky…

    “It is a big and bitter moment for a Labour leader whose favourite line of attack has always been to contrast Labour “investment” in public services with alleged Tory cuts – even though until very recently the Conservatives were so timid that they swore blind to stick by Labours spending plans if they won the election”.

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  • Those “CUTS” would have had to been much deeper if he hadn’t been off “Saving the World” (Yeah right!)

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  • little professor says:

    Enough with the politics already, it’s getting so tiresom. Go play on Guido Fawkes.

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  • Nu-Liebour are so tiresome. Well past their bed time.

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  • Have you noticed how Brown’s appearance has changed – he’s looking gaunt, weary, hunted..

    ..all his own fault of course, but I’m beginning to wonder how much longer he can keep going..

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