January 18th, 2010

Gordon Reported to Standards Commissioner
Over Second Slush “Fund With No Name”

It seems Gordon was not content with just the Smith Institute as his personal play thing and slush fund. Perhaps the most damaging allegation by Peter Watt yet, has been the emergence of Gordon’s secret “fund with no name“. Watt accuses Brown of siphoning donations to the tune of fifty grand a year to his own private polling fund, the only record of which was a tatty old exercise book. How very Gordon.

As regular readers will remember, when the Charity Commission reported that The Smith Institute, despite their many failings in terms of political neutrality were not paying the salary of Gordon’s private yank pollster Bob Shrum, Guido will admit to some confusion as to how Brown had managed to wriggle his way out of this. It now appears that Shrum could well have been paid out of this second, secret “fund with no name.” Whatever this fund was being used for it was breaking the rules for personal benefits that MPs must declare. The rules state that MPs must “provide information of any financial interest or other material benefit which a Member receives which might reasonably be thought by others to influence his or her actions.” Unsurprisingly a complaint has been put in to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards:

Guido reckons there is a very strong case for an investigation into this murky secretive fund.


310 Comments

  1. 1
    Hugh Janus says:

    Good, more power to the Sunlight Centre…

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    • 4
      Brown - not long now says:

      Every day of every week,this monster Brown attracts bad news,bad vibes,disasters and chaos.

      There are 60 million people in the UK (soon to be 70 million) and yet we have this odious,unelected cretin in Downing St.

      The time has come for someone to get him out for all of our sake’s,whatever your political views.

      In the name of Great Britain – go now you utter b*stard.

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    • 20

      Beautiful work Sunlight Cops.

      I’m ready to donate one again to any legal fighting fund………… just say the word………….

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    • 51
      Sick to death of the bullshit says:

      Fuck all will happen it will all disapear under the old whitewash brush as usual

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    • 70
      anonymouse says:

      Shortage of grit in England. No wonder we have so much slush around.

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    • 109
      Bob the Builder says:

      Tes

      and are the Labour Party not meant to be audited ???

      What would an auditor say about a “secret fund” recorded in an exercise book ???
      (which has probably never been presented to their auditors)

      Who are the Labour Party auditors ? They should be on the firing line now as well…

      And who says that there not other “secret funds”…being used to satisfy the personal ambitions of Brown and or others ? And we all know there are a number of “secret funders” of the Labour Party….

      There should now be a full investigation of Labour Party funds…especially since they are partially taxpayer funded…

      Let us blow this fucking Labour Party out of the water…

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      • 162
        udderly 'orrible says:

        Unfortunately Bob audits are just for us plebs.

        But by my reckoning that’s 5 years of chancellor slush @50,000 pounds a year or 250,000 pounds plus compound interest that Scots-prick owes us.
        Sequestrate his salary and his assets until he pays up, then jail him for malfeasance in public office.

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        • 165
          udderly 'orrible says:

          PS No need for a costly trial, the Court of Public Opinion (thanks Hattie Harpic), has found him more than guilty.

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      • 267
        Slush puppy says:

        If Cameron had any balls, he would raise it in PMQs this week, then ask Gordon how many more secret slush funds are there, especially coming up to the general election….

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    • 209
      Mr Nice says:

      Forget this small fry -what about the £4.9 BILLION that this man Brown cost us when he sold the gold?-sold at $275 per ounce. Check the price today, around $1130 per ounce.
      Is this criminal?
      should he be prosecuted?

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      • 238
        Samantha says:

        Doubt we couldl prosecute, but it shoudl never be forgotten. it was an early indication of the man’s utter economic incompetence – and never let it be forgotten either that it was done to purchase Euros

        Regarding the secret slush fund just revealed: until very recently such a revealation would have been an automatic and instant matter for resignation for any politician, let alone a PM.

        It’s indicative of the total shamelessness and lack of marality that such deceipt and corruption can now be shrugged off

        PS Guido: it’s just taken me c15 mins to post this reply due to the endless maddening pop-up ads! – we peasants out here in the sticks don’t all have whizz-bang ethernet and wifi you know!

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      • 286
        Harry Hill says:

        FFS that’s nothing – wee Dougie Alexander is giving away twice that EVERY YEAR to assorted African dictators, Bangladoshis and Pakistanis.

        ‘Wasting your money on your enemies — it’s what we do’

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    • 303
      Biffo says:

      Even more unsurprisingly – the complaint will be completely ignored oe will be whitewashed over.

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  2. 2
    Gordon ( SoldGoldAtThe ) BottomBrown says:

    My moral compass seems to be malfunctioning.

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  3. 3
    Brown - not long now says:

    Gordon unelected Brown will need more than a laundry full of Persil to wash this lot away!

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      The IMF is coming says:

      Buckets of whitewash will be thrown over it I fear.

      Tory ‘Sleaze’ in the 90’s pales into insignificance compared to this lot. Labour Ministers only resign if they don’t like Brown, not when they are ‘sleazy’

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      • 54
        Hugh Janus says:

        “Tory ‘Sleaze’ in the 90’s pales into insignificance compared to this lot.”

        Rank amateurs I fear – this lot are into sleaze on a truly industrial scale.

        Keep up the good work Mr Watt, I’m sure there’s plenty more where this came from…

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      • 83
        MI5 says:

        New Labour has turned sleaze into their Art Form…!

        They will always be remembered for this…along with bullying, brutality (to use their own civil servants words as per the sainsbury report) etc etc

        And total disgrace to Britain is all one can say…

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    • 16
      Throbber says:

      Nothing will happen. He’s a Labour politician.
      Above the law by definition.

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      • 48
        AC1 says:

        AlJaBeebya will do their normal Room 101 job on stories like this.

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        • 62
          BBC News Editor says:

          What story? There is no story, except Powell telling the Iraq inquiry there was no deal “signed in blood” in March 2002 for the Iraq war.

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          • Bobby Kennedy says:

            No it was just a deal not signed in blood !

            Fucking lier like the rest of Zanulabour…

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          • jgm2 says:

            That would have been the obvious follow-up question.

            ‘Was it signed in ink? With a pencil. In chalk? With a chisel? Or any permanent or temporary markings? Was it recorded on video or any electronic media wether digital or anologue?’

            Drive home the point that it is wilful misdirections such as ‘it wasn’t signed in blood’ that have allowed this shower of lying bastards to arse-fuck the entire UK for 12 years.

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        • 63
          Anonymous says:

          48 – Yep.The Beeb has a very good way with dealing with stories which can’t be spun in Labs favour.It simply omits them.Lying by omission its what they do.

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  4. 5

    Leaping to Gordon’s defence (as one does), if at least some was spent on Bob Shrum this appears to give lie to the unfounded suggestion that it was all blown (as it were) Timney-like on Willing Wives, Dirty Debutantes, and Sweaty Sex.

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  5. 6
    HDB111 says:

    Is he now to be known as Slushy Brown or does Jonah, with the wealth of evidence, still hold seniority?

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  6. 9
    rocknrolla says:

    Hear hear,

    Brown has been allowed to get away with running his own party within a party for years, now in the bunker. But I agree there is a chance he’ll be got for this – a personal slush fund from donations, if its existence can be proven then it could be his downfall. After he stole our pensions and sold our gold it would be sad if he only got in trouble for this relatively minor thing, though perhaps funnier.

    Only thing we can say for sure – the BBC will not report this until everyone else has made it a very big issue. Even then the report will lead with “PM Gordon Brown denies all wrong-doing, appoints commission to clear his name, meanwhile Tories are still 75% white”

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    • 14
      Slush Puppy says:

      It was the Right Thing To Do

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    • 21
      BBC memo to all News Editors says:

      It was Thatcher fault. A Tory slush fund would have bigger and covered up even more. A storm in a teacup. Watt is a nutter. No proof of payments.

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      • 28
        Lord Mandelscum says:

        Perhaps we can smear Watts as a racist? His book sounds rather offensive.

        Make sure my chauffeured Maserati is ready by 3.30 to take me to the BBC for the meeting on how to bury this story.

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    • 36
      NotaSheep says:

      The peter Watt story is being headlined on 5Live as Peter Watt denying he was being disloyal to The labour Party. Nothing about the allegations…

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    • 40
      Albert Pierpoint (Call for a quote) says:

      Remember that Al Capone, despite all his other character traits, was only ever successfully charged with a trivial amount of tax evasion.
      Any chance of making slush funds a hanging offence ?

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  7. 10
    TheCourtOfPublicOpinion says:

    Anyone found out where his first home is yet?

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  8. 12
    Technomist says:

    Is any of this a breach of the criminal law?

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  9. 13
    Parliamentary Standards Commissioner says:

    We will investigate, but after the election, we are far too busy investigating why there are so many sexist white men in the House of Commons.

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  10. 15
    Old Blue says:

    Hey, careful. You don’t want to force him to resign before election night is over. Doing that now would be a bit of an own goal.

    Regarding Sleaze now and then, yes in the 1990s as I remember, it was basically exposure of free weekends in Paris which felled heads and ended careers. Seems like the wages of sin have risen under Labour.

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    • 76
      BBC News Editor says:

      2k in a plain envelope to a junior minister for merely asking a question in the chamber.

      Nobody has ever been able to tell me what the question was, or even IF any policy was changed? I mean, 2K to ask a question? What stupid fucker paid that? It’s not like MP’s even answer questions, so it will have been a waste of 2K.

      However, compare and contrast 2k for a junior minister to only ask a question…. with … 1million pounds plus to the top levels of the labour party to buy a 180 degree policy reversal on cigarette advertising within MONTHS of taking over on a whiter-than-white, anti sleaze campaign, and the media said precisely NOTHING!!!!

      Labour legalised buggery of children, they had moments of “madness” on commons, they dumped wives and married secretaries purely for political expedience and the financial sleaze is measured in the tens of millions of pounds including selling peerages, dodgy home loans and betting against our own domestic steel industry.

      The tories never ever even came close to matching labour sleaze. The tories are in the unibond league compared to labour’s premier league for sleaze.

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  11. 17
    Yorkshire Lass says:

    The Medium is the Message, look closely at the composition of The Sunlight Centre. Seek and you will find who set it up and why it exists. It is blatently anti-
    Labour. Brown is a shrewd operator and will have all the bases covered on this.
    However can’t help thinking of ‘ A Very British Coup.’ If one anti- Brown measure fails, try something else. Brown will really need to be strong in the next few weeks and will need to employ Mandy’s wiles to overcome the establishment’s attempt at gaining power.

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    • 33
      Disdain says:

      So in your worldview it’s OK for the prime minister to have a personal slush fund? Are there any actions – bribes, for example – which you would find worrying?

      I cannot comprehend a mind which excuses this kind of stuff on the grounds of Labour tribalism. Seriously, what are you thinking?

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      • 258
        Animal says:

        You forget that these Labour blog trolls are told to ignore the story and make some unfounded allegation instead. Distract the reader, divert their mind from the story and plant a seed of doubt in their head that it’s all the work of those nasty Conservatives.

        I’m waiting for the tsunami of sewage that Millbank will try to fire at this and any other website that doesn’t kiss the ring on the grasping, sweaty finger ofthis Government. The Labour party may be short of cash but don’t expect them to go down without at least one spiteful attempt to silence this and many ther places.

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    • 39
      rick says:

      “……….will need to employ Mandy’s wiles to overcome the establishment’s attempt at gaining power.”

      How dim can one person possibly be? In case you hadn’t noticed, love, the establishment is already in power. Jesus H……….

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      • 53
        Rick the Roman says:

        Yorkshire Lass – not everywhere is “monkey red rosette – get elected” your beloved Labour Party are the biggest load of criminals to gain power ever in the history of this country. They are totally dishonest and dishonourable. You must surely know at a local level how crooked local labour politicians are – think Doncaster Council etc.

        Once a socialist gets into power and tastes all the trappings that go with it, they totally succumb to changing their world view. Their only aim in power is to remain in power and they will use whatever means, lawful or unlawful to do so. This has been the case throughout the years in the Labour strongholds in Yorkshire.

        At a national level – this load are just even more in that mindset – all that matters is staying in power – the enjoy the fruits of it at our (the taxpayers) expense. This present Government are corrupt with a large and small “C”.

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      • 55
        Dino says:

        Even when Labour are in power, and have been for 13 years, they still like to think of themselves as the underdog, the eternal victim.

        That way everything they do is justified, just the little man/woman fighting back against those Nasty Nasty Tory rapists, racists, homophobes etc.

        “Of course we had to lie, cheat and steal, look what those Nasty Nasty Tory’s forced us to do, shame on them!!!”

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    • 50
      AC1 says:

      You’re so stupid I hope you lose the cue cards that tell you when to breathe in and out.

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      • 60
        Sick to death of the bullshit says:

        The BBC will be told not to report it, like the failed to mention baronees scotland ignoring the employment laws over payslips and harmen using a mobile at the wheel and failing to stop at the scean of an accident

        Bastards

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        • 250
          Charlie Whelan ate my hampster says:

          Almost 20 mins into the news, and no mention yet… why am I not surprised?

          Meanwhile, Yorkshire Lass is typical of the brain-dead creatures who keep putting this lot into power. THEY ARE CORRUPT from top to bottom, you pathetic dingbat.
          This is a RESIGNING matter – it’s ILLEGAL – how can Brown have this ‘covered’?

          And how can anyone support a Prime Minister having a private illegal slush fund?
          Do they all exisat in a moral vacuum? Jesus wept, and God help us!

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          • normal person says:

            did you notice how they had a story about child on child abuse on the back burner to use as a distraction… come on tories work out labous worst fear and make it happen

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        • 289
          Harriet Haram says:

          Do you know who I am, you fucker?

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    • 116
      Dick the Prick says:

      Is this a wind up? Brown is a shrewd operator – hmm.. Brown is a Shrew Doper (attach sellotape to prevent splitting).

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    • 201
      Trev says:

      Brown is a ‘shrewd operator’ ??

      Huh??

      Have you seen the size of the deficit, of the national debt??

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  12. 18
    Don Tully says:

    Gordon Brown is a fat son of the manse crim, who like his father is robbing the charity plate. He uses the self deluded excuse that he is a decent man, when he s not at all. He has destroyed careers and hundreds of lives with his support of foreign wars and screwed up policies at home.
    His ambition has destroyed him and now all he can do is hide behind his whore wife’s skirt drivelling on about any old shit.
    His wife is young enough to be his daughter and everyone knows she’s having an affair with a junior treasury official.
    I hope that bastard one eyed son of the manse who prays to a false god and takes orders from a roman dictator dies soon

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    • 61
      A Labour Party canvasser says:

      Shall I out you down as a “maybe”, then?

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      • 89
        Official Labour/BBC Comedian says:

        You made a mistake and wrote ‘outed’ Heeheehee! I’m allowed to say that because I’m progressive. You made a mistake and wrote ‘outed’ Heeheehee! I’m allowed to say that because I’m progressive. You made a mistake and wrote ‘outed’ Heeheehee! I’m allowed to say that because I’m progressive.

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        • 100
          A Labour Party canvasser says:

          You are Marcuse Brigstocke and I claim my 5 euros.

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          • Dick the Prick says:

            That Brigtwat was on some crappy Sunday morning prog yesterday morning with the delightful Louise Rednapp – he may be unfunny, bigotted, boring, nepotistically hired, a blatant failure (had a brilliant opportunity to do a BBC4 Daily Show but screwed it up – natch) but he got to be next to her – so err…that’s 1-0 to him.

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          • Marcus brigstoke laughs at his own jokes and will out of work May 2010 because he is sh*t says:

            I really don’t like this waste of skin, he reminds me of a Moose’s Head! so from now on just call him Moose Head!

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          • Official Labour/BBC Comedian says:

            How dare you accuse me of being Marcus ‘Fucking’ Scumsucke? I have a much higher security clearance at PC Brigade HQ than SHE will ever have. Heeheehee. Did I get the fucking points? Is this a quiz? Heeheehee

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          • Marcus Cacksock says:

            Me: quack quack gulp beep THATCHER ping
            BBC audience: haha ho ho ho scream wooooo [applause]

            Prick.

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    • 66
      anon,anon,anon.... says:

      Show me a “Christian” who professes to be a Christian and I will show you a lair.
      True Christians just are……they don’t profess

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      • 121
        Gordon Brown says:

        I’m a Black Magic Satanist who uses British soldiers’ blood for my Black Magic spells.
        I hate Christians.
        My father was a Christian. Motherfucker.

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      • 161
        General Synod says:

        So Christian Bale is a liar? You’ll be hearing from his solicitors, methinks…

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    • 280
      lucky middle class people says:

      How do you know that? Believable but based on what?

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    • 302
      I Hate Tesco says:

      DT – please put some er, flesh on the bones of your statement about Sarah B having an affair……….This is most interesting………..

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  13. 24
    Disdain says:

    This is really serious – to the extent that it if turns out he was using the money just to fund his own private polling operations, that’d be good news.

    Because if it’s a secret fund, we have quite literally no idea how he used the money. And when one considers how money tends to work in politics, that’s really and truly worrying for our democracy. What support was paid for? what dissent bought off? what journalist squared?, what cover for allies provided?

    Until we have answers, how can any of us assume that the man in Number 10 isn’t our own home-grown cross between LBJ and Richard Nixon?

    We need answers. More, we need a media that realizes that our democracy – what we have left of it – is at stake. Yet my guess is it will be left to the undermedia – the Guido’s of this world – to make the running.

    I’d invite any lawyer who’s reading this, and who knows what the legal situation is, to tell us. What can we do to force the truth to light?

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  14. 25
    McBust says:

    In the country of the blind the man with one eye is king.

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    • 176
      Sir Barrington Minge says:

      No, In the country of the blind, the one eyed man is the fucking prime minister and that’s the whole fucking problem.

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  15. 29
    tat says:

    no wonder brown was so keen to publicly criminalise the chairman of the labour party, he was throwing bodies in front of the true criminal.
    himself.
    brown will be remembered as the most corrupt PM this country has ever had.
    tony blair will be remembered as the most warmongering.
    legacies of sorts I suppose.

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  16. 30
    Pedant Johnny says says:

    They’ve put the wrong date.

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  17. 31
    jgm2 says:

    Bearing in mind that Brown treats the entire UK’s tax revenue and treasury as one enormous slush fund for buying votes it would indeed be ironic if a mere 50K of undeclared donations was his downfall.

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    • 64
      Groucho says:

      That’s £50k a year, though. We could be talking about half a million quid here, which was enough to get the ex owner of Darlington football club 3 years inside, or 8 if he still doesn’t pay the tax on the undeclared income.

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    • 231
      Mr Chips says:

      jgm2

      Your mention of ‘slush’ reminds me – now that the govt has taken control of all the grit, where did it go? Not to Tory constituencies, I’ll be bound.

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      • 235
        jgm2 says:

        It’ll be a difficult balancing act of not sending it to Tory constituencies and not sending it to Tory councils. Since practically every council in England is now controlled by the Tories.

        I’m sure they’ll have managed to find the odd Labour MP with a Labour council to dump the whole lot on.

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  18. 32
    Brown-watch says:

    Remember this was the man who bounced a cheque at university and his excuse was it had come from the “wrong chequebook”. Doubledealing and two-sets of books are the hallmarks of iffy people, and Brown is one of them.

    The curious handling of his Westminster flat, bought from Maxwell (or his estate) with advice by Geoffrey Robinson is another area that needs a bit of digging around, along with the later expenses riip-offs he perpretrated and the transfer of the flat to his wife before he became PM.

    The man is up to his neck in something – and we’re paying for it.

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    • 281
      Max says:

      See my old posts; the curious matter of the Sarah mortgage etc. The favour owed to Lloyds re Northern Rock.

      Etc.

      Etc.

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    • 307
      I Hate Tesco says:

      If England – yes, England – had one or two journos of the calibre of Woodward and Bernstein the one-eyed wanker would already by out of office. The cancer of political correctness did more than simply stop us saying what we think.

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  19. 35
    Mr John Lyon CB says:

    I am the original three wise monkeys, I see nothing, I hear nothing, I know nothing….oh and as a bonus I do nothing, please stop writing stupid letters assuming to the contrary!

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    • 42
      V for Vendetta says:

      Quite right -when has Lyon ruled against the government? Might as well send the letter to Broon direct.

      Even if any form of investigation did take place(which I doubt) I am sure Brown will have acted in good faith,so no crime has been committed.

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      • 49
        Mr John Lyon CB says:

        At last….someone understands, unlike Mr Sunlight, how it all works!

        I am an exFat civil servant, top of the tree so to speak, sideways move don’t you know, I am of course employed by the very people that I am supposed to investigate, Parliament, but in the usual fashion, you pay my wages, ha ha ha!

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  20. 38

    Fingers crossed! :)

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  21. 41
    Chunky (the man with the pineapple bollocks) says:

    I thought I was the only Cu*nt who kept my accounts in an ‘Exercise book’.
    Well If it’s good enough for the former chancellor of the exchequor then it’s good enough for me.

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  22. 42
    The Hon. Loretto Fettes says:

    The primary purpose of this second Slush Fund was to provide Gordon with a Clone Army which he could eventually use to gather yet more power into his own hands and eliminate the need for him to stand for election.

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  23. 44
    Brown's Buggered Britain says:

    I thought it was called ‘Money laundering’ and you got locked-up for doing it?

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  24. 45
    Blue Peter tip of the day says:

    Go dan if your exercise book becomes tatty then may I suggest you use some old off cut wallpaper to cover them, this will stop your homework looking like a bag of sh*t tied up ugly, however no amount of wallpaper will cover up you incompetence.

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  25. 46
    Dave Cameron says:

    Please stop being beastly to Gordon,otherwise I will ask Zac Goldsmith to start posting on this site

    You understand

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  26. 57
    Groucho says:

    Wouldn’t HMRC take a very dim view of this? I seem to recall a local businessman who employed similar bookkeeping practices being imprisoned for tax evasion a while ago.

    I’m not naive enough to think Hector will do anything about it now, but Brown has pissed off so many people at the Treasury over the years, lets hope someone picks up on this after he is kicked out of power.

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    • 65
      The System says:

      You obviously never read the story some time ago, of the last HMRC top ‘special investigator’ who did not understand how things work, tried to look at certain MPs files which are held in a secure bunker, he was stiched up and sacked!

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      • 71
        Groucho says:

        Why am I not surprised? Depressing, isn’t it.

        Lets hope they make an exception in Brown’s case.

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  27. 58
    Blue Peter tip of the day says:

    Just heard toe knee blur is going to trial next friday for war crimes, Blue Peter tip is just lie, it worked perfectly well for you for 10 years, so if ain’t broke then don’t try to fix it!

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    • 67
      Gordon Brown says:

      And if you do try to ‘fix’ something that’s not broken and totally destroy it then just blame the yanks. Or the banks. Or Derek Draper. Or Peter Watts. Or any fucker really as long as it’s not accepting responsibility yourself.

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      • 72
        Blue Peter tip of the day says:

        Thats a smashing answer Go Dan and we are going to send you a Blue peter badge, would you like enter the prize draw for naming our new puppy?

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    • 69
      Groucho says:

      Its not a court and he won’t be under oath, so don’t expect anything other than lies.

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  28. 68
    Jean Jenkins says:

    =

    BROWN = SLY BASTARD
    LABOUR CABINET = RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPPORTING SLY BASTARD

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  29. 74
    Eronious says:

    ‘Why Gordon Brown Should Be Afraid Of The Curse Of Shrum':

    “There are many reasons why Gordon Brown will prove an electoral disaster for Labour. Bob Shrum’s advice, if heeded, is surely one of them”.

    http://www.thejc.com/blogpost/the-shrum-curse-watch

    My guess is poor Gordon’s “curse” was planned from way back. They just needed a boneheaded, hubristic madman to act on their behalf and then jettison him when the debt level was high enough. Poor Gordon.

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  30. 75
    MI5 says:

    Well done again Guido

    It seems all Brown is capable of doing is fiddling, lying, frauding and bullying….and giving “barmy orders”….according to his own top civil servants…FFS !

    How bad can it get ?

    This man is the most digraceful Prime Minister Britain has ever had…Lord North is an angel compared to him, and never sank to the depths of smear and filth that this man seems to do every day…

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  31. 79
    MI5 says:

    O/T

    and did you see that the awful Tony Bliar is now negotiating to promote bling bling hand bags and champagne for the French firm LMVH….

    That is about his level…He missed his vocation as a salesman of ladies bling bling accessories…but to think we ever believed a word of what he said !!

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    • 223
      MI5 says:

      As usual you have no idea of what you are talking about

      Johnny Walker belongs to a rival joint called Diageo…

      But old Communists like you would not know the difference

      pip pip…

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    • 259
      Samantha says:

      Just a mo! Some of us NEVER did! I always thought the Tory ‘evil eyes’ poster was spot on
      I spent three days in bed after the election of 1997, I was that depressed. I was right!

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      • 295
        The Hon. Loretto Fettes says:

        You were correct, well done. You are free of the shame.

        I’ve never voted for them. I voted for one of the Minor Socialist Ninny Parties (Not the Lib Dems) in London a few years ago just to fill in all the boxes.

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  32. 86
    Gordon Brown says:

    FUCK OFF THE LOT OF YOU

    GO AFTER HOONS LIKE ZAC GOLDSMITH OR MICHAEL ASHCROFT

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  33. 87
    Gordoon Broon says:

    The fund is call the “The Bandit Fund” – storm in a teacup – next……………..

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  34. 91
    Jimmy says:

    Two green ink letters in one month? You’re spoiling us.

    How are the promised monthly accounts coming along? November still not up yet. Do I have to start a fake anti-sleaze group to complain?

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  35. 92
    Mmmmmmmmmmr Spspspspspeaker says:

    Lessons have been learned and its time to move on.

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  36. 96
    Blue Peter tip of the day says:

    Zac Goldsmith sounds like someone from a 70’s Glam Rock Group!

    Like

  37. 97
    Purpleline says:

    As it is Blue Monday I though I would liven up events by linking to this most excellent trailer.

    http://www.m2film.dk/fleggaard/trailer2.swf

    I am sure all red blooded mails will like it and I am sure it will piss Mc Mental off no end and Harriet. I think this Advert would most certainly be banned if she gets back into office.
    Enjoy! And to any lesbians out there tough tity

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    • 105
      Blue Peter tip of the day says:

      Very good!! that gets you at least 3 Blue peter badges! The first bloke wallking along with those little minxes looked like the speaker of the house!

      Like

    • 166
      Hamish says:

      Thanks for the link Purpleline. Brightened my day.
      Strange that you think Lesbians won’t enjoy it. Did you perhaps mean feminists?

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      • 188
        Purpleline says:

        I was thinking of McCauley sulken Brown the McMentalist’s wife,

        Unfortunately I have had no experience with Lesbians, I always get them mixed up with the Femidoms.

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    • 239
      The Admiral says:

      Added to favoutites Ta…

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  38. 99
    Disdain says:

    The more I think about this, the more worrying it is. I mean, we know that this was a man obsessed with overthrowing the elected Prime Minister. We also know that his close associates (McBride et al) thought nothing of procuring defamatory lies about opponents in Labour-supported media. What I want to know is how much of this £50,000 pa (over how long? what’s the big total?) went not just to buying people off, but actively procuring lies about his enemies.

    And would he stop at that? Bugging and/or surveillance, perhaps? Going through people’s bins? Roughing up the enemies one way or another?

    Is it tolerable in a democracy to have this sort of behaviour unpunished?

    Now, of course, we don’t know any of this. We can hope that he used the money for ‘private polling’ or perhaps just hookers (we can hope).

    But the point is this: when politicians go out of their way to secure secret funds for personal use, there should be a cast-iron assumption that they are up to no good. This looks very very ugly indeed.

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    • 115
      MI5 says:

      Of course the £ 50,000 is just the tip of the iceberg…

      Like Lordships for cash…

      We only got a tenth of the real story there…

      THERE SHOULD BE AN OFFICIAL INVESTIGATE OF THE FINANCES OF THE LABOUR PARTY…including their “secret donors”….

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      • 151
        Blue Peter tip of the day says:

        And of course the Lords are un elected by us the public however they seem to be running the country! lord Mundy for example, I did hear Lord Haw Haw will running Nu Labs election campaign!

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      • 155
        The BBC says:

        Leave it to us, we shall deal with this important investigation and fit it into our busy schedule during the 2052 Olympic games in Haiti

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    • 177
      Brown - going going GONE says:

      Brown is a Russian spy – FACT.

      He HAD to get to Downing St,whatever it took,for his paymasters in Moscow.

      Even they have now withdrawn all support.

      Alone,battered,a jinx of everyone around him – it will not be long now before he is rid of,like a plague that has killed so many.

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  39. 108
    Peter Carter-Fuck says:

    The Dutch state rounded up a greater percentage of its Jewish citizens than any other, even Vichy France, which was institutionally anti-semitic. Dutch bureaucrats are as nasty a set of Huntz as you will find anywhere.

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    • 149
      Disco Stew says:

      I don’t like the French,they eat snails legs.

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    • 184
      History is whatever you want it to be says:

      The trouble with the french is that they are very selective concerning their history and leave out the bits they don’t like(no chance of that happening in the Uk of course ?)

      I always remember attending a “son et lumiere” on a school trip to Paris in the 70’s at Des Invalides in Paris.The glorious history of La Belle France was unfolded before the eyes and ears of we tourists – the Sun King,the Revolution and then the greatest frenchman of them all L’empereur Napoleon who bestrode the globe and ruled most of europe. one minute he was supreme there were was lights,triumphant music at the Battle of Austerlitz and then strangely he is on St Helena with his less than glorious retreat from Moscow or his defeat by Wellington at Waterloo! quickly glossed over with barely a mention

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      • 198
        jgm2 says:

        Ahhhh. The retreat from Moscow. You’d want to have a heart of stone not to laugh.

        Starts out with 600,000 men and returns with about 40,000.

        Naturally, after a period of reflection writing his own memoirs (rather like Brown) this became another great victory for Napoleon.

        Particularly like Napoleon’s understated tomb too. As befits a great hero of the republic.

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      • 221
        Blue Peter tip of the day says:

        Rarely mention Vietnam either, my grandad told me you could spot always spot a French Solider by his sun burnt armpits. One of the last complete SS division left in Berlin 1945 and the troops that protected the bunker were the French SS the other unit protecting the remaining Berlin citizens were the Norwegian SS (Quisling’s lot) at the Berlin Zoo. Churchill hated De Gaulle and most of the British agents flown in by the RAF were handed over to their SS buddies by the so called French Resistance, it ain’t all ‘Allo Allo’ and as soon as Paris was liberated the French gave up on the whole idea of fighting and concentrated their efforts on making a mint on the black market. Don’t forget it was the French who stitched Germany up at the end of the W1, that caused all the rise of the Third Reich. Next week on Blue Peter we will discuss Frances greatest Allie for a 1000 years – The Scots

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      • 251
        The Ape Man Commeth says:

        I remember going around a french museum where the exhibit cards were printed in three languages French, german and I think Spanish, but nothing anywhere in English, and I thought how petty.

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      • 266
        Uncle Si says:

        I have a French mate and we have long debates about this, he told me once that it was offensive that we have Trafalgar square, Waterloo station etc so I suggested cutting up the Bauer tapestry and using it as table cloths! he surrendered very quickly! One thing the French do acknowledge is the Battle of Azincourt and if they don’t just mention it in passing!

        (Good read Azincourt by Bernard Cornwell)

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    • 222
      udderly 'orrible says:

      Where do you think all those National Socialists who ran South Africa’s apartheid regime came from?

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    • 256
      Samantha says:

      I went on various family exchanges to France in the 60s when in my teens (I was at grammar school and spoke very good French). I was amazed to find the kids had all been taught that Napoleon won Waterloo and I had several fights with the family’s kids over it!

      I tried to interest both BBC and Ch4 in a documentary in the mid 1990s about various EU contries’ school history textbooks. They weren’t interested, LOL

      My gradnfather spent two yerars in the RAMC on the Western front in WWI. He hated and despised the French. Now they’ve got all the plum jobs on the EU Commission, so effectively they govern us. Ye Gods

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      • 265
        Uncle Si says:

        There is a lot respect for the Allies in Normandy though, but little else anywhere else. A couple of years ago an old boy I used to know suddenly went very quiet and said to me “63 years ago it was 18th birthday, the sky was black with airplane and sea was red with blood” he was a young anti aircraft gunner on RN frigate on D day. It made the hairs stand up on the back of my neck.

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  40. 111
    Bobby Mong Garby from Zim Barbie says:

    Crikey I could take a few lessons on democracy from this guy God Dam Broon

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  41. 117
    Jean Jenkins says:

    are we living in a Banana Republic?

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  42. 125
    bergen says:

    Does anyone remember CREEP (Campaign to re-elect the President)?”Follow the money “advised “Deep Throat”(Mark Felt-No3 at theFBI).Ultimately it did for Nixon.If he has an undeclared slush fund,it’s time to finish Brown off.

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    • 138
      mondeoman says:

      Each day a new story about this mans ‘management’ style, now an alleged slush fund, the civil servants saying the government well basically can’t govern. But he will be there tomorrow, his greta clunking fist, he will be a pmqs, not answering any questions, he will be there Thursday throwing phones about etc. etc. And between 26 and 30% of people still say they will vote for him!! He will have to be carried out, no one has the courage to tell him how it is, that the game is up, but the country suffers, we are all suffering. Go now!!!

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      • 169
        Pravda Labour shrills says:

        The MSM should be frothing at the mouth over this and Downing St should be innundated but what do we have? Pretty much zero led by Pravda. It goes beyond what has happened here but to the very centre of the freedon the press should excercise but seem not to want to. WTF?

        If this had been Cameron or even a Tory lay councillor from “Little Twaterbee on the pickle” the hue and cry against the Tories would never end from the BBC.

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        • 283
          Smash Labour says:

          Spot on, no doubt Michael Prick will claim on Newsnight that this is a storm in a tea cup and that it’s just the Tories making mischief (direct wording to be sent from Downing Street to BBC HQ)

          Anyone else noticed that Prick never seems to wash? His hair has more grease on it than the Mong has.

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    • 140
      Disdain says:

      Yes, Wiki has it that it contributed US$500,000 to the Watergate burglars legal fees.

      I agree, if Brown’s operating a slush fund, he’s got to go.

      Does anyone know if there’s any precedent for impeaching a PM?

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  43. 128
    The Dishonourable Geoff Robinsinson says says:

    I told Gordon to not to fuck about with Party funds – after all I was funding him from the Orion Trust (Jersey) which I set up with funds I hoodwinked out of a Belgian lady auto dealer who I shagged for a few years when I was boss of Jaguar which coincided with a period when I broke exchange control regs in the 70’s.

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  44. 132
    Damian McBride says:

    Gordo is a miserable git. I worked my proverbials off for him , smearing and steering, while he was whinging ” if he was leader,with access to lots of hot dosh , he would look after me”. And now, I find out that he had shed loads and his poxy notebook and a toffee nosed Lord of his own to look after it.

    It’s not fair.

    Give me a job.

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  45. 139
    Gurning Brown says:

    How else do you expect me to pay for the Buckfast to make the voters of Keir Cardy pissed enough to vote for me?

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  46. 141
    Bobby Kennedy says:

    gudio

    Just an idea…

    Do some homework on Weimar…

    Britain is resembling the Weirmar Republic more and more

    We do not have the hyperinflation yet…

    But we have the massive fiiancial fraid that caused the destruction of the German middle class and the hatred that led to the Holocaust…

    Which no one nowada Wiemar

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    • 145
      Bobby Kennedy says:

      which no one nowadays is allowed to talk about…

      But the anger against the investment bankers is the same..

      And it is rising especially in the US…

      remember your history…

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    • 200
      Purpleline says:

      Inflation is coming and will be above 2% this month and rising to 5% by September. UK rates will have to rise and we wil be mired in stagflation.

      Poison pills have been added into the Treasury by Brown and his merry men.

      We are fucked.

      And never let any of these economic commentators praise the devalued pound, it does mean you are less well off in real terms on a personal level.

      The name of the game is to create inflation to pay off our debts by reducing them in the process the people are the ones hurt

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      • 205
        jgm2 says:

        Gold. Cheap at any price under these incompetent jackasses.

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        • 218
          Purpleline says:

          jgm2 buy silver the NWO is about to say the USD, Euro, Yen and Brit Pound need to be backed by a tangible asset.

          We are going to go on the Silver standard. It is the way to force a revaluation of the Chinese currency. China has dissapointed of late and is no longer welcome to the club.

          Interesting aside the US and UK have been impressed by QE and believe they can force China out and even if China pulls the plug on Treasury puurchases, they can cover it. Cross buying between the Fed and BOE and ECB.

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  47. 144
    snore says:

    You’re going to have to stop this Guido. Surely you realise Gordon is Scottish so he is exempt from normal rules of conduct and they don’t apply.

    Anyway, extra funding for Scotland is enshrined in the barnet rules and this is official British government expenditure.

    Can’ t you see that?

    I’m sure the BBC and the opposition parties will do the correct thing and bury this whole non-scandal as they normally do whenever the English start to get aroused.

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    • 180
      Anonymous says:

      No Gordo is simply Labour so exempt from “little people’s laws” like all Labour scumbags are. Ask Hooness Scotties cleaner as she is up before the beak today.

      Cnuts! all of them total utter fucking cnuts!

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  48. 148
    Conservative Socialist Democrats says:

    “the only record of which was a tatty old exercise book”

    Large black crayon?

    How very Gordon.

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  49. 160
    Tony Blair says:

    Lord Tommy Murray Elder, who shook the trees for extra baubies for Gordo happens to be a member of the Al-Maktoum Institite. Anyone know if money grows on fig trees?

    No wonder the CURSE OF GORDO has flattened DUBAI, the Maktoums’ playground.

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  50. 173
    Gluttons for punishment says:

    What is amazing is that Peter Watt said on Andrew Neil’s programme this lunchtime that he would STILL vote for Gordon Brown because:

    “he has a huge intellect”.

    What is it with these arseholes – they are so obsessed with intellect!

    Bring me the person with common sense,a sense of duty and a genuine ability to get along with people of all walks of life – rather than this odious oddball Brown.

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    • 179
      jgm2 says:

      ‘Intellect’? Is that the new Labour euphamism for ‘deficit’?

      Oh 2010 is going to be a year of massive intellect. Just like 2009. And 2008. And 2007. And….

      Man, the intellect is going to be just collossal.

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      • 196
        nell says:

        Intellect? The Labour Party is £30milllion in debt, struggling to attract donations and openly admitting that it has no money to fight the forthcoming election.

        And yet gordon not only expects it to fund his £50K per annum slush fund but to also pay ‘ a very generous salary’ to scott lidgett to change his personality and make him more attractive to the electorate.

        Idiocy is the word that comes to mind rather than intellect!!

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    • 197
      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      Poor little Watts is dead to the NuLabor crime family. He should just come out and admit that no-one in their right mind should ever vote for the snot smeared shitty arsed freak.

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    • 206
      Purpleline says:

      Is Peter Watt just nervous or is he a Gay?

      My radar was alerted, as I am convinced Nu Labour is a Gay cabal & the labour party is of that bedroom persuasion. It explains the complex relationships and the tantrums and plots.

      That is why they are behaving like little girls as can be seen by teh special unit to attack and smear others opposing them. Playground politics with the old school bully foricing the other boys behind the bike shed.

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    • 229
      Groucho says:

      They keep trotting that one out- Gordon being an intellectual colossus or somesuch bollocks.

      Obviously I hate him, but I can honestly say that he has never done or said a solitary thing that made me think “now that was clever”.

      A PhD on the ‘Labour Party and Political Change in Scotland 1918-29′ says “timewasting workshy eternal student” if you ask me.

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  51. 178
    DisgustedOfMitcham2 says:

    Doubt that any criminal charges will come of it. After all, there have to be some perks to appointing the Attorney General.

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  52. 181
    Public Prosecutor says:

    Clinton would have been impeached and convicted for a querter of what Brown has done…..

    The New Labour government is ILLEGITIMATE..

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  53. 189
    Trev says:

    Labour themselves have made complaints about Osborne’s Office receiving funds. So they can hardly complain.

    Do we know who made thse donations?

    As I have said before – the fact that these financial records were kept in a tatty school exercise book should come as no surprise. Brown has been running the economy like this for years.

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  54. 192
    Peter Watts The Author says:

    I am delighted to announce that Prime Mentalist and Lord Tommy Murray Elder were childhood friends and continue to share a Rocking Horse. ( One of the few horses NOT owned by the newly impoverished Maktoums, for which they thank the Curse of Gordo) .

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  55. 194
    Disco Stew says:

    Still nothing about it on the BBC.
    Nothing to see…….move along now.

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  56. 202
    Max says:

    No, no, surely not!

    I’ve seen the tatty exercise book, the first page says:

    [Left Hand Column] [Right Hand Column]

    Empty beer cans (nil) £50,000.00
    Carrier Bag 2p £49,999.98
    Two house bricks @ 25p / 50p total £49,999.48

    The last page says:

    “My Ideas Page”

    [Blank]

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  57. 207
    Edward Balls says:

    I think all you Etonian toff bullies should stop picking on our Prime Minister.

    We should feel sympathy for Gordon, who has found himself on the reviving end of these nasty and unprecidented attacks on his character.

    And Sarah Brown has Tweeted that she is very upset too, as sees it as a personal and viscious smear against her

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  58. 210
    Anonymous says:

    Why does the BBC ignore real political questions? shouldn’t they be the L&MBC

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  59. 217
    Helen Scott Lidgett says:

    Hello hardworking middle England
    I am looking for a large supply of turd polish.
    Its a particularly huge steaming pile of shite thats needs a good rubbing down to make it saleable, I also need some comedy beards.
    Please contact me at
    HSL@number10slushfund.gov.co.uk

    I also have a clown available for Barmitzvahs and Global conferences

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  60. 219
    Picture that says:

    Brown is like a piss soaked tramp standing in the Post Office looking at the crayons and excersise books, everybody wishes he would go away but you do not want to be the one to say anything incase he is a mental.

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    • 275

      AWAAAH…yer fook. Naahhh. De’ye know who I was. Yer Fook off. Can yer spare me’s a tenner? Fook Off.

      ["The Police have been called sir, please do not take your trousers off"]

      Ferrrk off. I am the saviour of the…Fook off.

      [Sleeps]

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  61. 225
    Mitch says:

    It all started in America!
    It was the right thing to do
    Draw a line
    going forward
    move on
    Blah
    blah fucking blah pass the whitewash Sarah there’s a bit showing.

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  62. 230
    Peter Grimes says:

    An old red exercise book, eh!

    Must be the same one that the one-eyed Jockommunist c.unt McMental uses to do the nations’s accounts when he lies about having ‘repaid debt’.

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  63. 237
    Going forward says:

    Is Brown like the Fonz, conducting his “secret business” in a cubicle?

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    • 305
      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      In the 1970s it was considered quite normal for a popular TV character to conduct his business from a lavatory. Gary Glitter can’t have thought he was doing anything wrong can he? I’d like to see what happens if McFuckwit ever takes his laptop into Currys for repairs.

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  64. 242
    Peter Oborne says:

    What a surprise
    I have repeatedly asked Gordon Brown about both his dubious political and personal financial donations only to have been met with complete cockwaffle. Gordon is a tortured soul who wants to do the right thing but sadly is unable to escape from his own sexual and emotional dysfunctionality.
    This man has brought the country to its knees, soon we shall be rid of him, let us hope that Cameron is up to the task.

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  65. 244
    Smash Labour says:

    I notice the drug addicts at the BBC (pass the rent boy over will you) are still ignoring this story. Instead all weekend all we got is “Tory tax breaks for marriage” almost as if the Tories were suggesting tax breaks for paedo’s.

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  66. 247
    I love you Sheherazade says:

    Tory women are the best

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  68. 249
    woof woof sausages says:

    They’ve banned fox hunting so we can’t troll tat anymore.

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  69. 255
    James Gordon Brown says:

    Dear All;

    I have been secretly funding the creation of a clone army to win the war against the Tory separatists for the good and continued survival of the thousand year reich because it is the right thing to do.

    Yours Sincerely

    Beloved Leader

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  70. 262
    Anonymous says:

    this is a shocking scandal, even by the appalling standards of our so called “government”.

    it is, of course, no surprise that the bbc has completely ignored the story. however, they should be careful as there is an ever – growing body of evidence to suggest that they are not performing their duty to at least pretend to be impartial. directors of the bbc, you should be thinking about your jobs.

    gordon is clearly a very dangerous man in two regards: firstly, he is clearly a bully with a panache for smears and is ready to destroy people. secondly, his ideology is so fucked up that it is scary. he believes that collective action and the collective will should trump individual’s rights in ALL situations. whilst there is a legitimate argument for the subordination of individual liberty to the collective in some circumstances (such as murder or theft), in many situations the reverse is true. we currently have an out – and – out collectivist as our prime minister, “running” the country from the widely acknowledged “bunker” who has been shown time and again to be prepared to lie, bully, abuse, destroy his rivals and to utilize the institutions of state for his own ends – outwith democratic control.

    this man is dangerous and must be removed from power.

    security services: stop monitoring my random blogpost and start to wake up. we have an individual in power who will not leave and does not seem to respect democratic controls or the democratic process. we are fast sliding down the slippery slope to outright dictatorship. you know as well as i do that any possible crisis will be seized upon to keep this buffoon in power and that there are cells operating with a view to alter the election result. do your duty and brief the queen. reccomend a dissolution.

    labour party: stop monitoring my random blogpost and get a backbone. you are being abused by a megalomaniac. if you wish your party and its values to survive into the next decade, you must accept defeat graciously. this means forcing gordon to call an election immediately. you will lose and lose badly, but better to defend the interests of the people who you supposedly represent than to defend a man who is utterly deluded and dangerous. history will not be kind to you otherwise. allowing this dark farce to continue until june will seal all of our fates.

    police and justice: investigate this allegation and do it properly. someone like john yates perhaps? it is your duty to investigate and prosecute criminality if there has been any. you cannot turn a blind eye to something because it happens to have been done by the government. if you do not do so, you prove that you exist to serve the government and not the people. if you are, infact, a political organization, then please remember when you or your loved ones are taken by the state in the future, you let this happen.

    brown’s “vision” for britain is a vision of compulsion, regulation, restriction and the continuation of his power. he is dangerous and must be removed. remember that stalin was known as “the grey blur” in recognition of his lack of policy, lack of charisma and position at the heart of the bureaucracy. his other name was “comrade card index” in recognition of the fact that his power emanated from the people he had placed within the machine. it was not too late in 1926 for the politburo to prevent him from gaining outright power, but by 1928 it was. we live in dark times in britain and cannot wait until june to be rid of this man. if he has an excuse for the civil contingencies act, it will be used. if there is an excuse for a “national government” it will be used, if there is an excuse to delay the election it will be used. his slush fund represents a “get out of jail free” card as if it is shown to exist and to have been used to finance dirty tricks, then all connected with him can wash their hands and wake up to their senses. a clean break if you will.

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  71. 263
    dark says:

    this is a shocking scandal, even by the appalling standards of our so called “government”.

    it is, of course, no surprise that the bbc has completely ignored the story. however, they should be careful as there is an ever – growing body of evidence to suggest that they are not performing their duty to at least pretend to be impartial. directors of the bbc, you should be thinking about your jobs.

    gordon is clearly a very dangerous man in two regards: firstly, he is clearly a bully with a panache for smears and is ready to destroy people. secondly, his ideology is so fucked up that it is scary. he believes that collective action and the collective will should trump individual’s rights in ALL situations. whilst there is a legitimate argument for the subordination of individual liberty to the collective in some circumstances (such as murder or theft), in many situations the reverse is true. we currently have an out – and – out collectivist as our prime minister, “running” the country from the widely acknowledged “bunker” who has been shown time and again to be prepared to lie, bully, abuse, destroy his rivals and to utilize the institutions of state for his own ends – outwith democratic control.

    this man is dangerous and must be removed from power.

    security services: stop monitoring my random blogpost and start to wake up. we have an individual in power who will not leave and does not seem to respect democratic controls or the democratic process. we are fast sliding down the slippery slope to outright dictatorship. you know as well as i do that any possible crisis will be seized upon to keep this buffoon in power and that there are cells operating with a view to alter the election result. do your duty and brief the queen. reccomend a dissolution.

    labour party: stop monitoring my random blogpost and get a backbone. you are being abused by a megalomaniac. if you wish your party and its values to survive into the next decade, you must accept defeat graciously. this means forcing gordon to call an election immediately. you will lose and lose badly, but better to defend the interests of the people who you supposedly represent than to defend a man who is utterly deluded and dangerous. history will not be kind to you otherwise. allowing this dark farce to continue until june will seal all of our fates.

    police and justice: investigate this allegation and do it properly. someone like john yates perhaps? it is your duty to investigate and prosecute criminality if there has been any. you cannot turn a blind eye to something because it happens to have been done by the government. if you do not do so, you prove that you exist to serve the government and not the people. if you are, infact, a political organization, then please remember when you or your loved ones are taken by the state in the future, you let this happen.

    brown’s “vision” for britain is a vision of compulsion, regulation, restriction and the continuation of his power. he is dangerous and must be removed. remember that stalin was known as “the grey blur” in recognition of his lack of policy, lack of charisma and position at the heart of the bureaucracy. his other name was “comrade card index” in recognition of the fact that his power emanated from the people he had placed within the machine. it was not too late in 1926 for the politburo to prevent him from gaining outright power, but by 1928 it was. we live in dark times in britain and cannot wait until june to be rid of this man. if he has an excuse for the civil contingencies act, it will be used. if there is an excuse for a “national government” it will be used, if there is an excuse to delay the election it will be used. his slush fund represents a “get out of jail free” card as if it is shown to exist and to have been used to finance dirty tricks, then all connected with him can wash their hands and wake up to their senses. a clean break if you will.

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    • 282
      Smash Labour says:

      Brown is a mental mong, a fat jock skirt wearing thug. Fuck off back to Scotland and take your fucking mincers at the BBC with you McMong.

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  72. 270
    brixjack says:

    Shame the letter didn’t come from a more credible source!

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  73. 272
    Anonymous says:

    Can we get a picture of Brown with the crosshairs?

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  74. 285
    joolz says:

    now on the bbc site, not frontpage http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/8464008.stm

    but mentions nothing about Sunlights letter

    joolzg

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  75. 287
    Fare enuff says:

    Investigate, prosecute, nail to a tree.

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  76. 292
    Anonymous says:

    Please tell your tame performing bear that there is no such body as the Parliamentary Standards Commission.

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  77. 296
    Worried in Westminster says:

    now we know where the expression “Brown paper envelopes…” \came from…

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  78. 297
    MingeMunchersRus says:

    Is it really any suprise Gordo needs a secret slush fund…nobody in their right mind would give him anything these days and how else can he buy his conker string and ‘whinegums’ or sarah’s ‘victoria’s secret basque’ with free gag and noose for gordo). He needs a good pegging…………..

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  79. 298
    J Gordon de Trough says:

    Contents of ma wee Exercise Bookie

    02.11.2009:

    Made c’unt of self on run.

    http://tiny.cc/15X05

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    John Lyon CB says:

    Dear Mr Guido/Sunlight

    I appreciate your letter and the concerns expressed therein, I have given the contents very great, deep and thoughtful investigation.

    I have to say simply, that there is no case to answer.

    I hope that you will appreciate my very difficult situation, I am duty (financially, my job and therefore my fat salary depend on it) bound to find in favour of my much loved employers, the right dishonourable members.

    Yours

    Blah de blah de blah de blah

    Hoping in due course for much more agrandissement than a mere CB

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    Browns Broadcasting Company says:

    Stop making up malicious lies about Brown, it isn’t on the BBC so it can’t be true.

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    [...] Gordon Reported to Standards Commissioner Over Second Slush “Fund With No Name” It seems Gordon was not content with just the Smith Institute as his personal play thing and slush fund. Perhaps the [...] [...]

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    [...] Commissioner for Standards is taking longer than usual to indicate whether or not to investigate Gordon Brown’s second secret slush fund used to pay his personal pollster and speech writer Bob Shrum, as revealed by former Labour [...]

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