Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by Malteser, Jan 8, 2007.
So Gordon thinks so much of the Armed Forces that he's been happy to let them live in sub-standard accommodation whilst signing off on this project which offers civil servants:
They've had 10 years to "do more" - why do Brown and Bliar in particular keep banging on about the things they "will" and "must" do as if they only took power 10 days ago?
Who is he kidding?
What % of accommodation has been brought up to what standard?
He says we need to spend 5 billion over 10 years to make it better,
In other word, we were trying to save money and do things on the cheap, have been found out and are now spinning merrily away to make it sound as if we really care.....
What chance of that?
P1ss and wind
Do you think the BBC have it in for Gordon? I watched the edited highlights of this interview on TV Sunday morning, although I saw and heard all the bits in between, these two complementary extracts appeared to be missing!!!! or have I developed selective hearing and eyesight in my old age?
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