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Saturday, February 28, 2009

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Question for Gordon Brown

If you earnd £1 per second, how long would it take you to pay off the National Debt?

A million seconds is 12 days.
A billion seconds is 31 years.
A trillion seconds is 31,688 years.
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The view from your office window seldom changes

Common Purpose (CP) is largely unknown to the general public. It recruits and trains its leaders to work "beyond authority," to abuse their posts and serve Common Purpose, instead of their own departments, which they then undermine.

Its members control the NHS, where it wastes £60 billion a year, much of it going into private pockets; and Common Purpose controls most of Britains 8,500 quangos which, according to the Cabinet Office, spend £167 billion annually (most of the money is wasted). Common Purpose leaders even manage the numerous fake charities which have sprung up over the years.

How many of these Common Purpose trained individuals work for the BBC?

It is reported that the BBC is going to do a radio programme about Common Purpose on the Donal Macintyre show, Radio 5 live - Sunday March 8th at 7pm

Friday, February 27, 2009

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Negative Equity

Nearly four million home owners are already in negative equity, according to a leading research firm GfK. Telegraph



Its calculation is derived from 60,000 interviews with home owners, asking when they bought their property, at what price, and with what mortgage. The company also asked whether the home loan was a repayment deal, or an interest-only mortgage.



Combining this information with data from the Halifax house price index, which shows pries have fallen 18 per cent from their peak, it has calculated that about 3.8 million people are paying their mortgage company more than their house is worth.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

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Sleaze watchdog rebukes Gordon Brown

Sleazy Brown has been rebuked by the sleaze watchdog for subletting his taxpayer-funded office space to Labour Party colleagues.

In the report, the committee said: "We conclude that Mr Brown should not have sub-let part of his accommodation paid for from Parliamentary allowances.

The Prime Minister broke the rules by allowing premises in his Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath constituency to be used.

Dog bites man
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Fourth Plinth

Royal Bank of Scotland has suffered the biggest loss in British corporate history and revealed that it would need to sell up to £19.5bn new shares to the taxpayer to insure £300bn of its most toxic assets.



The figures from RBS show a loss of £40bn, It largely comprises £7.8bn of trading losses and £16.8bn of writedowns caused by paying too much for acquisitions.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

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British Laws For British People

EU Directives for the regulation of Royal Mail

Directive 97/67/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 December 1997 (came into force in February 1998)

Directive 2002/39/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 June 2002 amending Directive 97/67/EC

Directive 2008/6/EC of the European Parliament and the Council of 20 February 2008 amending the initial Postal Directive 97/67/EC as amended by Directive 2002/39/EC




Prior to the implementation of the 1997 European Union Directive, the UK postal service sector was governed by the Post Office Acts of 1953 and 1969 and the Telecommunications Act 1981. This legislation set out the responsibilities of the British Government towards postal services and gave the Post Office its powers and duties.

The Postal Services Act 2000 (PSA) implemented the 1997 European Union Directive in the UK. Statutory Instrument 2002 No. 3050 amended the PSA to take account of the changes required by the 2002 European Union Directive.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

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Home buy

If you want to get on the property ladder but are finding it hard to save a large enough deposit or get a large enough mortgage, help is available.



Or is it?.......click Here
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Liability Brown

Five months after Crash Gordons first bank bail-out, there is now a growing acceptance in the Bunker that it has not worked.

On Thursday, the Treasury is expected to announce plans to form a “toxic bank”, using taxpayers’ money to insure £500 billion of bad debt.



Meanwhile, over the weekend European Union leaders agreed that the emergency IMF fund should be doubled to $500bn in order to prevent the worldwide recession turning into a full scale depression.

Monday, February 23, 2009

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Is it to be or not



Bill Shakestick a senior Police officer at the Met, says the Police are preparing to face a "summer of rage" in the UK

Sunday, February 22, 2009

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Legacy Art

This week, Gordon Brown is hosting a dinner to mark the unveiling of a new portrait of Margaret Thatcher.



Sitting for a portrait can be a long and tiresome process

Saturday, February 21, 2009

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This is the dawn of the 21st century enlightenment

Freedom for the common man based upon self-governance, natural rights, natural law, with an emphasis on liberty, individual rights, reason, and common sense.

Yes people, a revolutionary departure from theocracy, autocracy, oligarchy, aristocracy, the Labour Party and the divine right of Parliament.

A libertarian revolution.

There is no such thing as a "wasted vote" just wasted political opportunities.

Vote BNP and watch the buggers squirm

Simples.
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Riga mortis

Latvia is the first European Union government, to fall as a direct result of credit crunch.

The Prime Minister Ivars Godmanis and his centre-right government have resigned.

Friday, February 20, 2009

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No election boost for Brown

Gordon Brown suffered a putdown after inviting Pope Benedict to visit Britain to boost Gordons election chances, only to be rebuffed.

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Justice System


Thursday, February 19, 2009

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tangled web

Can the Government confiscate the £2500 awarded to Abu Qatada by the ECR by using the provisions of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

The Government committed the crime and he is benefiting from it

Or is that legislation in breach of Human Rights Law too

Just wondered?
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Our Saviour

Gordon Brown met Pope Benedict XVI this morning to discuss the global economic crisis .



L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican newspaper, carries a front-page article on the financial crisis by Crash Gordon. It is believed to be the first time a serving Prime Minister has been given this honour.

UPDATE: Pope snubs Brown

The pope said, I will not boost your election chances you have to be dead before beatification not in your death throws.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

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Cultural Britain explored

Befor and after


Lowery's Britain


Brown's Britain

Well, it works for me :-)
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Stalking Whore or Soliciting General

Barrister, Attorney, Solicitor and Lawyer. All different names for the same job—kind of like Prostitute, Call girl, Hooker and Whore

Ministers have accused former Solicitor General Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour Party and Madam of a House of ill repute, of plotting to succeed Gordon Brown if the party loses the next general election. Telegraph

She is planning to run a women's conference in the final days running up to the G20 in April.



When all else fails, as a woman you always have the option fall back on your body to make ends meet.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

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A face-saving exit for Brown

Peter Mandelson issued an appeal for Labour calm last night amid fresh speculation over Gordon Brown's future.



Last night, Harriet Harman was at the centre of a blame game over claims that Mr Brown is Germany's favourite for a new job as a global financial watchdog. Mail

Monday, February 16, 2009

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KFC to create new jobs

Fast food chain KFC has said the UK's appetite for chicken will see it create 9,000 new jobs. The £150m expansion will lead to 300 new outlets opening over the next three to five years.



I wonder if Gordon will be applying for a franchise?

Sunday, February 15, 2009

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Is ACPO Chivalrous

The Court of Chivalry has had jurisdiction over cases of misuse of arms since the 14th century. It is a civil court, with the Earl Marshal as the sole judge from 1521. The best known medieval action was Scrope v Grosvenor (1385-1390), in which Sir Richard le Scrope was held to have a prior claim to the simple arms azure a bend or. The most recent case was Manchester Corporation v Manchester Palace of Varieties (1954), when a theatre was successfully sued for illegal display of the arms belonging to the corporation.

Question:

Dose the Logo of the Limited Company ACPO comply with section 4(4) of the Trade Marks Act 1994

We need to know.
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Puzzled

Back in October Peter Mandelson gave regulatory clearance to the merger of Lloyds TSB and HBOS plc after concluding that the merger was in the public interest.



Parachuted into the Lords from Brussels, the Business Secretary called it badly wrong.
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Labourlist comment

This evening, I made a comment on Labour MP Tom Harris's blog. In response he implied I was heterosexual; how homophobic is that?

I am certainly glad that I did not let him know that my skin is not white...a Carol thatcher type remark at this time in my life would have just tipped the balance of my mind.

Can you recommend a form of therapy? I am not sure that those that advertise therapeutic counselling on the Internet are genuine!

Tom has the same advertisers as Guido, should I write to them.

As an MP should Tom Harris not disclose his advertisement income to the Parliamentary register of members interests?

(Posted here just in case it dosent pass Derek Drapers moderation)

Saturday, February 14, 2009

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avoiding protectionist measures

"We all agreed in the G7 to avoid protectionist measures,"

Dose this mean Gordon Brown and his Government ministers will start answering questions open and honestly?

BOLLOCKS
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An idiom

When Lloyds bought HBOS it was not able to look properly at HBOS's books to find out where the problems really lay (due diligence). Now those problems are coming home to roost – not just for Lloyds shareholders, but for the Government that blessed the takeover an us the TAX payer who will have to pay for all of this.



Or..is it, a one eyed scottish 'idiots home'
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Unfazed


Friday, February 13, 2009

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Vote Labour

Back in September at a private event hosted by Citigroup, Gordon Brown intervened personally to rescue HBOS. He encouraged Sir Victor Blank, Lloyd’s chairman to buy the failed bank.

In October Gordon Brown bailed out the banks to the tune of £37billion



Today Lloyds Banking Group has warned that HBOS, the mortgage lender it took over last year, slumped to a loss of about £10bn last year as the recession hit all parts of its business.

Vote Labour you know it makes sense.
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The Party's Over

Gordon Brown has always maintained that this is a global crisis with roots in the American sub-prime mortgage market and that he is just the man to steer us through the resultant stormy weather

By contrast, David Cameron blames the government's mishandling of the economy and its failure to control recklessness in the City.

However, events this week seem to have played into the hands of the Tory's and have finally sealed Labour's fate come the next General Election. They culminated yesterday in a two-hour grilling for the embattled Prime Minister by the Commons committee that at times left Mr Brown looking like the cornered rat that he is.



If there is a lesson to be learned from this week, it is that tripartite system of banking regulation is not fit for purpose.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

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Lisbon Treaty Unter Alles

JUDGES AT Germany’s highest court have indicated they have doubts about the compatibility of the Lisbon Treaty with the postwar constitution.

Indeed several judges appeared to enjoy the apparent discomfort their critical questioning caused the Merkel government.

Justice Herbert Landau queried whether German MPs would, under Lisbon, enjoy the same influence they are guaranteed in the German constitution.



Deutschland über alles
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I have a Logic Failure

In a response to a question about the banning the Dutch politician Geert Wilders from entering Britain Lord Pugwash of Spit-in-image: told peers in the House of Lords

“Under European law a member state of the European Economic Area may refuse entry to a national of another EEA state if they constitute a threat to public policy, public security or public health.”

So, in the light of the recent debacle at the Lindsey Oil Refinery should the British Government expel and then ban all workers from EU member states from entering Britain.

For are they not too, a threat to public security and public health?

What is the difference between protesting British Muslims and protesting British Workers?

If Jaqui Smith can drag herself away from fiddling her expenses, she may wish to look at this Case C-115/81 Adoui and Cornuaille

Invitation to Mr Wilders.......you are more than welcome to lodge at my residence in order for you to fight your appeal in this case.

FREE OF CHARGE

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

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Eggs do not cause global warming (official)

Fears that eating one egg a day will lead to climate change were challenged yesterday by scientific research.Times



It seems that there is no reason after all for people to limit egg consumption to three a week — even though nearly half of British people believe that this is the maximum recommended number to prevent global warming.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

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Is the Euro about to collapse?

The euro fell again yesterday, by 1.1 percent against the dollar (to $1.2860) and by 1.2 percent against the yen (to 117.52 yen) after a Russian bank official said the nation’s lenders asked the government to help moderate talks with foreign lenders on $400 billion of loans, adding to speculation financial turmoil in Europe is worsening. Bloomberg



I guess there will be Euronating in Brussels today

Monday, February 09, 2009

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French Jobs for French Workers

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has told car companies who are set to get a 6 billion government bailout that they should keep jobs in France. Deutshe Welle

Sarkozy has said French car companies should locate plants at home rather than in countries like the Czech Republic.

One of the conditions for bailout is that car makers must keep jobs in France.



Our "one eyed scottish idiot" Crash Gordon would say it is "protectionism" However, Lady Mandy Antoinette would retort that it is "racist xenophobia"
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Hogwash

Sunday, February 08, 2009

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Mandy Antoinette

Tories lose their nerve in provocative poster campaign attacking Mandelson Mail

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TheyDontWorkForYou.con

The Mail have discovered that the Home Secretary Jacqui Smith has claimed more than £116,000 in Commons expenses for a 'second home' while effectively lodging with her sister.



A man at the pig sty says this is a dog bites man story

No wonder she Voted strongly against a transparent Parliament

Thursday, February 05, 2009

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Land of the Free


Tuesday, February 03, 2009

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confused

Perhaps the clinician who advised the 'puff hairdresser' to give up fags, should attend a NHS diversity course before being interviewed by the impartial BBC.

By the way...If global warming is a reality, why are government promoting home insulation?

Monday, February 02, 2009

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British Snow, No British Workers

A light dusting of snow has wreaked predictable chaos in Britain, with hundreds of trains delayed or cancelled, major airports are closed, motorways have slowed to a standstill and some of the busiest train services have been cancelled, hundreds of schools in southeast England have also been shut.after a few inches of February snow.

More snow is expected with a band of snow moveing up from Europe during the day which we know will bring further chaos.



London faces near shutdown as the entire fleet of London buses was suspended and parts of the Underground were knocked out by the conditions.

A spokesman for the Highways Agency said: "If your journey is not essential I would strongly advise you don't make it."

But don't worry folks, there are millions of European Union workers, experienced in moving around in snow, ready to move in and do your job

Sunday, February 01, 2009

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Broon & Bust (evolution)

A winter blizzard of bankruptcies, job cuts and now wild cat strikes has brought Gordon Brown crashing back down in the opinion polls. After an initial ratings boost from his handling of the credit crunch, a wintry Britain is getting rapidly used to daily company closures and staff culls, while long booming house prices have plummeted even faster than the country's currency.



Brown claimed to have "saved the world" from economic meltdown in a slip of the tongue last month, while Harriet Harman, the deputy Labour leader, delightedly described him as "Superman".

This was at the height of the "Brown bounce", when Labour slashed the Conservatives' opinion poll lead thanks to the former chancellor's decisive leadership on the economic crisis.

But such grand claims have started to ring hollow as Brown's poll ratings plunge and whispers start among Labour MPs that things may be going wrong with his handling of the crisis.
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