Welcome to Day One, Year Zero

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Gordon Brown is now Prime Minister. The terror has already commenced as the purge of Blairites gets under way.

Here is our man hard at work:
 

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#2
Looking forward to the purge.

Also the airbrushing out of the fact that Gordon the Moron was instrumental in every cabinet decision of the last ten years including the invasion of Iraq
 
#3
Watch his other title "First Lord of the Treasury" take on more significance! With the power this barsteward is going to wield, the next Chancellor may as well be a Sooty Glove Puppet with The Enlightened One's hand up his arrrse :D

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Plastic Gordon follows hot on the heels of Phoney Tony. Dear God help us now.
 
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Blogg said:
Gordon Brown is now Prime Minister. The terror has already commenced as the purge of Blairites gets under way.

Here is our man hard at work:
It is easy to think that, what with all the noise from Manchester etc, but he isn't yet Prime Minister. Tony won't give up the reins of power until Wednesday afternoon, IIRC.

Sorry, that was wrong....

It is easy to think that, what with all the noise etc, but he isn't yet Prime Minister. Gordon will not be able to prise the reins of power from Tony's hands until Wednesday afternoon, IIRC. There, that reads a lot better!

Mr Blair will answer Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday and then take the armoured truck to the Palace, where the Queen will relieve him of the Seals of Office, and shove him out the tradesmen's entrance. Mr Brown will then turn up to collect the aforementioned Seals, and leave by the front door in the armoured truck.

Then we're doomed, doomed, I tell ye!

Litotes
 
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rickshaw-major said:
Watch his other title "First Lord of the Treasury" take on more significance! With the power this barsteward is going to wield, the next Chancellor may as well be a Sooty Glove Puppet with The Enlightened One's hand up his arrrse :D

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A poisoned chalice, if ever I saw one!

Who would be Chancellor, with Gordon hanging over your shoulder, ready to say things like "when I was in charge, we didn't do it like that...".

Litotes
 
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any chance of aformentioned armoured trucks being ......................... no that would be bad taste. But rich in irony
 
#8
be afraid ... be very, very afraid ...

watched Dispatches the other day about Broon, the first bit was sycophants fawning (Brown-nosing) about what a lovely chap he was and how children love him - then there was the rest, which, at least to me, seemed more balanced (and scary) - but then I never did like the man.
 
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There was a bloke on Five Live this morning claiming to be a friend of Gordon Brown. He said that Brown is not dour and was carrying his child around in Manchester, so there's nothing to worry about...
 
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Litotes said:
It is easy to think that, what with all the noise from Manchester etc, but he isn't yet Prime Minister. Tony won't give up the reins of power until Wednesday afternoon, IIRC.

Sorry, that was wrong....

It is easy to think that, what with all the noise etc, but he isn't yet Prime Minister. Gordon will not be able to prise the reins of power from Tony's hands until Wednesday afternoon, IIRC. There, that reads a lot better!

Mr Blair will answer Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday and then take the armoured truck to the Palace, where the Queen will relieve him of the Seals of Office, and shove him out the tradesmen's entrance. Mr Brown will then turn up to collect the aforementioned Seals, and leave by the front door in the armoured truck.

Then we're doomed, doomed, I tell ye!

Litotes
My bold: any chance we could make it a snatch?

Edited to add: bugger, Halo beat me to it.
 
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Litotes said:
rickshaw-major said:
Watch his other title "First Lord of the Treasury" take on more significance! With the power this barsteward is going to wield, the next Chancellor may as well be a Sooty Glove Puppet with The Enlightened One's hand up his arrrse :D

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A poisoned chalice, if ever I saw one!

Who would be Chancellor, with Gordon hanging over your shoulder, ready to say things like "when I was in charge, we didn't do it like that...".

Litotes
Don't think so Litotes; it will be more like " I am First Lord of the Treasury, get some Swarfega. This is how we are going to do it. BOHICA annnnnnnnnnnnd ..............." :evil:

Broon is not going to give up the Treasury - he is a control freak.
 

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I am looking forward to watching Broon drink from Bliar's poisoned chalice whilst he briefs anyone who will listen about Bliar, Iraq, and cash for honours.

We can look forward to Broon changing more policies that cameron would if he were in power.

Old Labour mixed with Stalinist control freakery....should be entertaining.
 
#14
:twisted: Id like to take this opportunity to say hello to Mr Brown and congratulate him !!!

:twisted: OOiiiii Brown you are a NOBBER !!!!!

just like B Liar hes a twat too


Ps is that the first official nobber to the new El Presidente :twisted:

Politicians ...what gallows were made for !
 
#15
If you think that Gordon is scary, you should meet his Dad. At least Gordon the Greaser only wants your money.
 

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#16
I once said, that John Major, he couldnt be any worse than Thatcher was, surely? :?

He turned out to be an utterly weak, but vicious bastard. :x

So then I said, that Tony Blair, he couldnt be worse than John Major, surely? :?

I'm keeping my mouth shut this time...... :wink:
 
#17
So... is Gorden merely a new face to explain business as usual or will there actually be positive changes occuring?
 
#18
PLEASE forgive me, the other day I had an opportunity to change the course of history (or geography, whatever)....
Hopped in a taxi at Victoria Station, just pulling out onto the main drag there and who is walking along the offside pavement just in front - your man Broon - alas, the driver failed to be persuaded by my shouted instructions (Clear, Loud, As an Order with NO Pauses) regarding a quick and violent turn to the left ....Ah well.
Sorry.
 
#19
Tony Bliar leaving the building, so wipe, flush and wash hands of the whole affair.
Oh The Gordon Pie lander is coming, best stay near the W.C.
I think i shall just give all my cash to Gordo, he said he will look after it for me.
 
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Khyros said:
So... is Gorden merely a new face to explain business as usual or will there actually be positive changes occuring?
No doubt there will be changes coming but who knows whether they will be positive.

I heard yesterday that he's going to allow protests outside parliament again. Somehow I doubt that he'll be allowing the Taxpayers Alliance a licence to protest any time soon.
 

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