January 22nd, 2010

Quote of the Day

Gordon Brown told the Observer…

“We do not envisage, as some have advocated, a rigid divide in future between “narrow banking” – retail and corporate deposit taking – and investment banking and trading conducted at an international level.”


6 Comments

  1. 1

    Broon comments: “In short I intend to do nothing as I’ll be knocking on their doors when I leave office adding a few non-exec portfolios to my retirement plan. That is when I am not saving the world.”

    On other matters, if Broon now appears before Chilcott late Feb early March, it raises the prospect of an early General Election so March 25 is back in play…
    This would suit the PLP as they have run out of money to fight a longer term election campaign and need the banks support in order to stay in business (er. no possible connection with Broons ‘comments’ in para one above!)

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  2. 2
    oldasiahand says:

    See the slime ball wriggle and get in line with his master in Washington. He’ll need that visiting professorship at the Kennedy School og (mis) Government in Harvard. At least we will be rid of him!

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  3. 3
    rparker says:

    brown has never been able to add up doesn’t get the principle never borrow what you cant afford to pay back , were all going to find out what that really means very soon wake up public this man is nuts

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  4. 5
    Wise words says:

    There will be trouble ahead.

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Lord Glasman tells it like it is:

“The first thing is to acknowledge that Labour has been captured by a kind of aggressive public sector morality which is concerned with the individual and the collective but doesn’t understand relationships.”



Owen Jones says:

We also need Zil lanes.


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