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Old May 10th 2010, 7:51 pm
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Looks like Brown wont be making any decisions now!! He's quit!!

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Originally Posted by jojojojojo
Looks like Brown wont be making any decisions now!! He's quit!!

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Was expected.
Unfortunately we have to tolerate him for 4 more months.
Obviously he'd been told to go by his own party.
Hope that snake Mandleson crawls back under his stone as well.

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Old May 10th 2010, 8:09 pm
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Default Re: Is Brown stays at Number 10, what is his plans for benefits

Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly
Was expected.
Unfortunately we have to tolerate him for 4 more months.
Obviously he'd been told to go by his own party.
Hope that snake Mandleson crawls back under his stone as well.

Hhhhmm, is this somekind of a trick??? Clegg wont work with him, so Brown goes, Clegg joins forces with labour, it goes wrong and Brown can say "well you shouldnt have let me go!!"


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Originally Posted by jojojojojo
Hhhhmm, is this somekind of a trick??? Clegg wont work with him, so Brown goes, Clegg joins forces with labour, it goes wrong and Brown can say "well you shouldnt have let me go!!"


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No trick.
A. Brown had become a liability for his own party
B. It's the only chance Labour have of trying to cling on to power.
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Default Re: Is Brown stays at Number 10, what is his plans for benefits

Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly
Was expected.
Unfortunately we have to tolerate him for 4 more months.
Obviously he'd been told to go by his own party.
Hope that snake Mandleson crawls back under his stone as well.
Wouldn't it be fun if Mandy decides to step in "for the good of the country" as PM?
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Originally Posted by rugbymatt
Wouldn't it be fun if Mandy decides to step in "for the good of the country" as PM?
Lord forbid,..shock...horror.

Looks like Miliband is odds on favourite judging by the body language after the meeting and the latest announcements.
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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly
Lord forbid,..shock...horror.

Looks like Miliband is odds on favourite judging by the body language after the meeting and the latest announcements.
Yeah thats who the Lib Dems wanted all along.

Funny innit? The Lib Dems win just 57 seats and look at the power they control.
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Well, I am just looking forward to the heaven on earth it will be when the tories get in.

How happy we shall be! No more grumpy old king log, no, now comes the era of king stork.
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Default Re: Is Brown stays at Number 10, what is his plans for benefits

Originally Posted by bil
Well, I am just looking forward to the heaven on earth it will be when the tories get in.

How happy we shall be! No more grumpy old king log, no, now comes the era of king stork.
Stop it... we are talking about a Con/Lib coalition and as has already been said if we haven't even given the guy a chance how the hell can we judge him so harshly?


John Reid has now come out and said that a Lab Lib coalition with the Nationalists propping up the seats would be disastrous... he spoke of Labour forming a strong opposition party rather than trying to hold on to power at any cost.
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You couldn't make it up! Mandy has taken over the meetings with the Lib Dems!
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Originally Posted by rugbymatt
Funny innit? The Lib Dems win just 57 seats and look at the power they control.
If the Lib Dems do join Labour it will be the parties with much less than 57 seats who hold the balance of power.

Even the Greens with their one seat could be king makers.
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If the Lib Dems do join Labour it will be the parties with much less than 57 seats who hold the balance of power.

Even the Greens with their one seat could be king makers.
... and they keep talking about a stable government!
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Originally Posted by rugbymatt
Yeah thats who the Lib Dems wanted all along.

Funny innit? The Lib Dems win just 57 seats and look at the power they control.
A bad business,..the tail wagging the dog.
Simply won't work,..will come to a sad end...and hopefully the extremist Lib nutters will pay the biggest price at the end of the day.
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Another election in ............ hhhhmmm. September.... no, I predict October!!!

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Default Re: Is Brown stays at Number 10, what is his plans for benefits

Originally Posted by jojojojojo
Another election in ............ hhhhmmm. September.... no, I predict October!!!

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Hi Jo,

Nothing to do with politics. Just thought I would mention that my mother and father live in Alhaurin el Grande. I drive through Alhaurin de la Torre all the time, it´s really pretty there. Just though I´d lighten up the thread a little. I love all the different things in the middle of the roundabouts, the coloured balls are the best.
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