Blurs Farewell tour ! Fm Telegraph

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  1. Prime Minister's farewell tour has them ranting in the aisles
    By Andrew Gimson

    (Filed: 13/09/2006)

    Tony Blair's farewell tour got off to a horrendous start. Far from leaving his audience wanting more, he left them wanting less.

    Some of us had warned him he was going to bomb in Brighton, but he refused to take the hint. He said he had bombed in Iraq, he had bombed in Afghanistan, and he was now quite willing, in the interests of democracy, to bomb in any town in England where he was inadequately appreciated.

    There was a hint of anger in the Prime Minister's voice as he found himself booed and jeered by the TUC, with a few dozen delegates walking out while others waved posters saying "Go now!!!", and cries of "rubbish" and "shame on you" echoed across the hall. Mr Blair pointed out that the media were present and warned delegates that what they were doing played into the hands of enemies of the Labour Party and was "not very sensible".

    Think he should do Arrse for a Really appricative audiance, or as he would say
    The hands of the enemy.
  2. .......from the TUC. Phucking hilarious...!! Anyone else see it..??

    You know your days are numbered as leader of Labour when that collection of old style communists, peace activisits, outreach workers, lesbians, hippies, scargill acolytes and the rest of the rag-tag bunch turn against you....

    At least Maggie smashed union power and the strangle hold it had on British politics. It looks like they are making a comeback.

    Tony Bliar's a dead man walking and I couldn't be happier.
  3. :D :D :D

    Mind you isn't it about time that line that was used when Thatcher went was dusted off - you know the one, about how gitting rid of the PM would send the wrong message to the troops in the field (GW1) and moral would suffer.