Gordon just said that he "saved the world" at PMQs.
Cue two solid minutes of laughter. The speaker was ignored and Brown mocked.
Keep taking the medication Gordo...
Update - As requested:
It seems Team Gordo has cocked up again in it's handling of the Ruth Kelly resignation... If he can't even run his press operation, how is he meant to run the country?
TB is beginning to pity their ineptness
After his withering attack on LabourHome’s poll declaring that most of the party membership want Gordon Brown to leave office,
Unfortunately for him it has,
It's a sad day for any Labour Prime Minister when his only friends are members and supporters of the opposition.
So JK Rowling has just given a million pounds to the Labour Party because of their "track record of fighting child poverty." This sum is a mere small fraction of 1% of her wealth, and though we were told that the era of celebrity politics is over this is a nice stunt for day one of Labour's conference. All they need is another 20 JK Rowling sized donations and Labour might just get on the road to financial recovery...
This is a classic bit of spin, no one mentions the the fact that we will recognise marriage in the tax system. Taxes and benefits should encourage families to stay together, but the current system actually encourages couples to live apart. We will correct this by removing the anti-families bias, paying for it from our new Family Fund, into which all extra green taxes will be put. More than Rowling's personal friend Brown is doing.
No one mentions the fact that we will end the couple penalty in the tax credits system. Instead of keeping people on benefits and locked in a cycle of deprivation, we will support families. We will increase the Working Tax Credit that couples currently receive from £3,430 to £5,385 – an increase of up to £38 per week. This will cost £3 billion. 1.8 million of the poorest couples with children will gain, on average, £32 a week. The direct effect will be to lift 300,000 children in two-parent families out of poverty. We will pay for it from savings made through our radical programme of welfare reform. More than Brown is doing.
TB is glad now he has never read more than a page of the Harry Potter books she has churned out over the years...
Remember this classic... All the more relevant these days:
As Miliband said...
"Wouldn't it be nice if that Tony Blair came back"
A couple of things got me thinking about Northern Rock again earlier.
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