Poor fvcking charity - bankrupt in how many months?
PS: With an election to win and a world to continue 'saving', I wonder the inept oaf has time to think about a job after the election. Perhaps Mr. Mandelson thought this for him.
PPS: Good election stuff - that nice Mr. Brown going to work for charity when we kick him out. I bet after a month or two we find the fat 'fatherless' working very well paid for some organisation connected either to Bliar or Mr. Mandelson.
Mr Brown could do wonders for charity, he only needs to be given the right platform and media and can personally guarantee that he could make abot 1M of your fine British Pounds in about 10 minutes flat. I respectfully request that his first charity drive is 'A Punch Gordon in the Lips' extravaganza. Â£10 a punch I'll take Â£1000 please and thankyou and would probably join the back of the line to have another go!
Now when is Mrs Blair doing a 'Kick Me in the Fanny' charity fest?
Broon next job interview.
question ! and do you have any references,
answer yes In my last job I denied full support to The British Armed Forces in a time of conflict and helped just about the ruin socially and econominically of the country i wasnt even elected to govern.
Who in their right mind would out off choice would want to employ and pay him.
GORDON Brown's admission that he does not have any money has raised suspicions the prime minister may not be very good when it comes to matters of finance.
Mr Brown has been paying rent of about Â£12,000 a month since June 2007 Mr Brown told a men's magazine that despite earning at least Â£1.5m since Labour came to power in 1997, there is virtually nothing left and he may have to work as a greeter at Asda when he is forced to stop being a politician next year.
He said: "It's very expensive being prime minister. I have a large townhouse just off Whitehall - and that's really posh by the way - and then there's the great big country mansion in Buckinghamshire.
"And don't forget all those fancy state dinners and the bullet-proof Jag. That bloody thing only does about eight miles to the gallon."
Constitutional expert Julian Cook said: "Someone should probably have told Mr Brown that as prime minister he was not supposed to pay for all that stuff out of his own pocket.
"Could it be that some unscrupulous civil servant is presenting the prime minister with fake monthly invoices and telling him to make the cheques payable to some bogus company he has set up in the Cayman Islands?"
Martin Bishop, deputy chief economist at Madeley-Finnegan, added: "This does begin to open up the possibility that, when it comes to money, Gordon Brown may be ****ing shit."
In a wide-ranging interview Mr Brown offered a fascinating insight into his favourite television programmes and said the X-Factor was like being prime minister whereas Strictly Come Dancing was 'like being Peter Mandelson - you know, because it's so gay'.
The prime minister also said that Jonathan Ross was overpaid by the BBC but stressed that it must cost him quite a lot of money to put on his own television show every week, 'what with all the cameras and lighting and stuff'.
When asked how he would like history to judge him, Mr Brown replied: "As Spiderman."