Filed under: Arts, humour, jokes, life, photography, politics, stories | Tags: Brown, brown's eyes, chancellor, gordon brown, labour party, microphone eyes
A contact of mine, Andy Teo, a GP in Hampshire, hence his name spotted this on the telly the other night.
It made me laugh.
Nice one Andy.
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a forward looking move by the Labour party.
No doubt Peter Mandelson has a grasp of British politics, However, his relationship with Gordon Brown historically and the unexpected return to favour smack of desperation. It seems to me simply madness. But, hey, what do I know?
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So, as predicted, Alex Salmond has delivered a further body blow to what is appearing to be an increasingly inept Brown government. But it’s hardly a surprise is it. After all Alex was crawling all over Glasgow East on a regular basis wooing the electorate whilst Brown just shuffled about apologetically in an unapologetic way.
OK, it’s a protest vote and not likely to be repeated in a general election, but you cannot argue with Salmond and his very able deputies (Swinney in a role he is far better suited to than leading the party) and Nicola Sturgeon, an articulate and likeable deputy to Salmond.
At this rate he could actually convince the country to vote for independence.