June 16th, 2010

Gordon’s Alive

Gordon has been allowed out today. Still not doing the job we actually pay him to do. He is being paid £1,264-a-week to stay at home recuperating in Kirkcaldy “writing his book”, if he wants to stay on as an MP perhaps we should see him at his place of work. He used to claim that he woke up every morning wanting to “fight for a fairer Britain”. Now those unfair Tories are in government he appears to have given up fighting for Britain. So far in over a month he has appeared fleetingly only once in parliament, to sign in, so he can be paid…


179 Comments

  1. 1
    Nick2 says:

    Welcome back, and good riddance!

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    • 4

      The threads always liven up when Gordy’s around.

      Go Gordon – you twat!

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      • 41
        oh the irony says:

        you all moaned like old biddies to get rid of the cun’t and as as soon as he’s gone you moan he isn’t there any more

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        • 44

          No we want him off the taxpayers’ payroll, once and for all.

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          Auntie Flo' says:

          Brown wrote around 10 books – a year’s work apiece – while supposedly Chancellor or Prime Minister. We paid him over £200K a year to write these crappy books and now Brown thinks he can carry on as he left off: time serving until he gets his (£100K?) pension next year.

          Sack him!

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          • Hugh Janus says:

            He did no such thing – they were all ghosted!

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          • Eric McMorecombe says:

            The Ernie McWise of the political writers – ‘Here’s another wee bookie wot I wrote, ye ken?’

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          • Twitcher says:

            The Great McBustard of the scotch passerines, perched for years on the offices of state, depositing ordure up and down the land, croaking “belikeme belikeme” while sucking the public teat dry (and then some more), and with the financial incontinence of the prize specimen that has waxed so large from the fat of the land it cannot move, scorching earth with its eructations, pissing in the wells and on the common weal, here and abroad, especially abroad where its dirty deeds are less conspicuous. The biggest political cuckoo ever. Should be hanged, stuffed, and put on public display, as an example to the others.

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        • 105
          All Lib Dems are Tossers says:

          You ar so right ‘irony’ – life just isn’t the same without McGloom – since he’s been gone no-one can bring a smile to my lips – Gordo did humour effortlessly – I really do miss the old fart

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          • Disaffected says:

            Some dope in the DT is suggesting te low life Blaire should be BP Chair- he should be prosecuted and his assets seized. Crucify both of them (Blair and Brown).

            Just had a TV Licence reminder (£150); is Dave going to sort out the BBC and get the fee reduced under waste cut backs.

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        • 174
          Jon Jones says:

          Too right

          The man’s now an MP, go hound someone else, it’s very boring, as is this whole sites obsession with Labour.

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    • 20
      Up sh1t creek says:

      I don’t believe it… they did an outside shot which could have been anywhere, then when Sky showed the inside of the school where Brown was expected, Brown was nowhere to be seen. It’s a stunt I tell you to placate Guido.

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      • 27

        The bloke on the left looks like Chris Addison. And coming along the road behind the 4×4. – its gillian Duffy.

        That’s not Brown. Must be a look-a-like for a new ‘Thick of it’ series.
        ‘The Prick of it.’

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      • 119
        Susie says:

        Notice how they wheel him out like El Cid whenever there’s a rumour he’s been hospitalized? I’d buy the stunt theory.

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    • 25
      PM says:

      Where’s Mandelson? He’s the one to worry about.

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      Smig says:

      It would appear that his Risperidone depo is working.

      About the right timescale for walking out of Downing Street, spending time within PICU, and being given a regular shot of anti-psychotics, prior to being allowed out with a CPN in attendance nearby.

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    • 94
      Anonymous says:

      Visits Primary school?

      FFS he was taking the boys to school because Sarah is too busy writing her book to do the school run

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    • 125
      Mrs B says:

      I blame Sue.

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  2. 2
    Tits-R-US says:

    shame

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  3. 3
    John Cipher says:

    Flying blind on a rocket cycle.

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  4. 5
    shit sandwich says:

    note to all conspiracy theorists:
    the time is 9:11

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    jgm2 says:

    Ahahahaha. The needling about his big sulk has finally got to him and so he chooses to show how magnanimous he is in defeat not by going to Parliament but by hiding behind infants yet again.

    He ran out of Downing Street hiding behind his missus and kids and he’s still hiding behind kids.

    Is he a Palestinian?

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    • 17
      Unsworth says:

      No, he’s an IRA man.

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    • 49
      Anon says:

      Typical of Brown he’s doing his usual McCavity

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    • 76
      Hang 'em all says:

      Has he been CRB checked to go in a school?

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      • 93
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        He’s being escorted/closely supervised. That’s all right – even for the likes of you and me.

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        • 108
          Gordon Brown stole my pension says:

          It’s a pity he wasn’t being escorted/closely supervised back in 1997.

          “No, Gordon, you cannot make fiscal decisions, you are a m-o-r-o-n. Away from the levers of power! Away!”

          Just think, we’d have 700,000 fewer useless civil servants to pay every month, we’d be 395 tonnes of gold better off, the national debt would be a manageable £250bn and our pension funds wouldn’t have been pilfered for the benefit of subhuman chav scum. Chav scum such as Gordon Brown.

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  6. 7
    Cleggy says:

    Clock on for me Gordon

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  7. 9
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    That looks like a real smile.

    But then, even I would smile with an open ended paid holiday.

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    jgm2 says:

    Oh, by the way Guido the Hunt wasn’t doing the job we paid him to do for 13 years prior either. Which was to not fuck up the UK.

    You do have to wonder about the motivation of the voters of Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath.

    Aye, he’s a useless, incompetent, economy-wrecking jackass. But he’s our useless, incompetent, economy-wrecking jackass.

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    • 55
      Lord Monteagle says:

      It’s much more likely that as very few can read and none can think that the voters in Kirkcaldy were simply trained to respond to the rose symbol on the ballot paper in a Pavlovian reaction based on the reward of a Carlsberg special and a deep fried pie.

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    Dame Helen Mirren says:

    What an unpatriotic bastard that little shit is!

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  10. 12
    Anonymous says:

    What was he doing there? Thank god they caught him.

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  11. 13
    Geoff Wisdom says:

    It used to be Napoleon, but now, I’m told, residential homes for the intellectually challenged are full of people who think they are Gordon.

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  12. 14
    Unsworth says:

    So, The Great Rehabilitation starts here.

    Next up, the Old People’s Home photo op, followed by the visit to The Hospital. It’ll be fun when he takes his seat in The House, though.

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    • 56
      amongymous says:

      Exactly, the longer he leaves it the more excruciating it will be when he goes back to the commons as a failed man, the ex-PM who never won an election and became a laughing stock.

      Remember the time he tried to walk out the commons then had to turn around as he still had stuff to do. No big deal with another but with gorgon reduced the house to tears of laughter, you just know he is on the verge of losing it at any moment and takes himself so seriously.

      Can’t wait to see the mocking laughter that greets him when he returns.

      Now politicians keep telling us no reward for failure in banks – so can we stop gorgon’s salary?

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    Sky Reporter says:

    Mr Brown, now that you’ve destroyed the economy and handed the incoming government a legacy that will keep them out of government for over a generation if they attempt to fix your mess what else is there left for you to do in politics?

    Where do you see your next challenge? Extinguish the Sun perhaps. Destroy all life on earth? Bring Ebola to the masses?

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    david welsh says:

    Come on Guido, get your arse into gear. Gordon is yesterday’s news. Plenty of digging to be done in the cesspit of the new Coalition’s affairs

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      JRand says:

      Would be good if true, regrettably yesterday’s news McRuin, has a habit of repeating like stale garlic, and thanks to his massive financial failure will do so for decades to come.

      Jail him for the duration .

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      Unite is in charge now says:

      Still plenty to unearth from the last 13 years yet. Lots of skeletons which need releasing from cupboards

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    MI5 says:

    And how much do those SUVs and police proection etc cost us ??

    To visit kids in a primary school FFS

    Cut of his ex PMs benefits I say

    And those for the Grinning Ape Blair at the same time…

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  16. 21
    Centre Parting says:

    As he has been away from work, has he self-certified?

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  17. 22
    Nick Clegg says:

    I asked my wife “How many men have you slept with?” My wife proudly answers “Only you babe with the other 46 I was wide awake”.

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    bergen says:

    I’m quite happy for him to stay in Kirkcaldy forevermore even if it means paying him to stay there.We can’t forget the mess he made of things but I’d cheerfully not see him again.

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    David Cameron says:

    It is the duty of this shitty coalition to insrease unemployment. 2.5 million is just not good enough.

    The scale of the jobs crisis facing the Government was underlined today when unemployment neared 2.5 million and the number of economically inactive people reached a record high of more than eight million.

    Unemployment increased by 23,000 between February and April to 2.47 million, giving a jobless rate of 7.9%.

    Long-term and youth unemployment both increased but the most striking figure was a 29,000 rise in people classed as economically inactive to 8.19 million, 21.5% of the working age population

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    • 35
      Nick Clegg says:

      I agree with David Cameron.

      I don’t have a mind of my own anymore

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    • 58

      Amazing how the new government has increased unemployment without enacting any policies, or even having a budget.
      You don’t think its a holdover from the last lot do you?

      I suppose you could blame CleggCam for the structural deficit, the devalued currency, house prices and immigration but it would be just as false as your unemployment post.

      Labour – “It was n’ae me”

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        Grumpy Old Man says:

        Come on, Bill. it was all Maggies’ fault.

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        • 109
          Smig says:

          Come on, GoM. It was Callaghan, Heath and Wilson.

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          • Quantrill says:

            Don’t worry, when The Cleggerons finally change the status of 99% of disabled people to jobseeker, all your worries about unemployment figures falling will be a fading memory as 2.5 + lets say 6million “economically inactive” will make up a true unemployment figure nearer 8.5million.

            Happy? Thought so.

            And why has no one mentioned the 12 year Inquiry that no one dare name????

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    • 73
      Camo says:

      So sorry we won ww2 Adolph

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  20. 26
    Doc Trough says:

    “…Just take the pills like you’ve been shown
    By every quack you’ve ever known,
    Until the Manse becomes your very own…
    And in your Manse there is a dance you’ll do alone…”

    (apologies to Jackson Browne)

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    The Invisible Man says:

    Has he been CRB checked?

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  22. 29
    Rt Hon Gordon Brown says:

    It’s my moral compass telling me to do what is best and that’s getting on with the job of claiming my salary.

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    • 59
      Anonymous says:

      You can stick your moral compass where the sun don’t shine you Hunt.

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      All Lib Dems are Tossers says:

      Gordy baby – good to hear from you – miss the comedy routines – will they be on BBC Iplayer as repeats? Come back McCavity – bring us sunshine again [fucking pillock that you are].

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    Purpleline says:

    Was he CRB checked.

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  24. 32
    bofl says:

    why does he always visit schools?

    has he got a current crb check?

    perhaps the reason could be that the kids won’t ask any questions…..

    unlike mrs.duffy…….

    the man who writes books on bravery shat himself then……

    on gmtv gordon said that if he wasn’t wanted he would go and work for charity…….

    obviously that is the ‘get as much money for gordon and sarah’ charity…..

    when is she moving out to canterbury-with the kids?

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    • 40
      Albie Here says:

      He’s not a PM anymore that’s past thank goodness,has he had a CRB check it’s the law, no excuse now,he’s just a troughing MP.

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      Grumpy Old Man says:

      All Great Dictators like photo-ops with the kiddies. Adolf and Uncle Joe were much the same.

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    • 107
      Mike Hunt says:

      Don’t forget you can’t just be CRB checked, it has to be for the place in question. Having it for one place does not mean you have it for any other, a bargain @ £65 a time.

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  25. 34
    Fur Quit says:

    You flushed the twat out then Guido. Who’s next?

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  26. 36
    Andrew Efiong says:

    He’s scamming the palace of Westminster. Either he’s a sitting MP or he’s taking money for work he’s not doing.

    Note how he’s been filmed at a school. This man needs to be hauled before a public enquiry into his disastrous stewardship of the economy, not paraded in front of toddlers.

    Also, why does he still have the amoured vehicle in the background?

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    • 131
      Rufus Stone says:

      The armoured vehicle is not for his benefit but to protect the general public from flying Nokias

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    Purpleline says:

    Notice you never said Alive & Well. When is someone going to ask him if he has seen much of purcell over the last few weeks

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    Captain Peacock says:

    Doing what he likes best….visiting young children!
    Has he been vetted?

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      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      You mean had his bollcoks removed? I hope so for Sarah’s sake, who would want his splooge up them?

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  29. 42
    oldrightie says:

    His rocking horse is tired and he’s looking for free nappies. Twat of twats.

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  30. 43
    Komich the Tiger says:

    Bleedin ell Guido,
    You could have given a warning.
    I’ve just projectile vommed all over the office.

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  31. 45
    Number 10's cat says:

    Isn’t it funny, the day after the “Indepedent Safeguarding Authority” gets clobbered he turns up at a school

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  32. 46
    Nick Clegg says:

    My wife came into the bedroom naked with a return flight to South Africa, Entrance to the World cup final and a vuvuzela for me!.

    It worked the ticket. I got a right horn

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    Hellboy88 says:

    I’ve seen GB in the House of Commons more often than I’ve seen my new Tory MP since 6 May – you must need new specs Paul. Oh, and the London hospital GB has been to regularly is Moorfields.

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  34. 48
    rotter says:

    why doesn’t Gordon sit in the commons every day in a big chair in the middle so Dave and Nick can blow rasperries at him ? it’s dashed unsporting for him not to oblige! I hear Obama was equally upset the Bush wouldn’t hang around for the next four years to remind everyone about him. no consideration at all these losers

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    Eddie says:

    Didn’t Brown want to link expenses to attendance in Parliament – no attendance, no allowances. I guess he will not be claiming any for this last month.

    I wonder where he will nominate his second home to be now?

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    • 128
      Dick Tator says:

      He may be claiming rent on the apartment that he gave to Sarah. At least it was cleaned (at our expense).

      As long as Sarah is not there with him, he cannot be accused of doing a “Laws” on expenses.

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  36. 53
    Elvis says:

    Can’t we use him for something useful- like plugging the hole in the oil pipeline? Obama- some ally, eh? Perhaps we should remind him that British soldiers continue to die in America’s wars and that supporting Argentina over Les Malvinas leaves a very nasty taste in British mouths.

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    • 64

      Good point Elvis. but you are wrong over Argentina.
      Regan made it clear to the Junta that the BAOR came first in the ally stakes.

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      • 118
        Elvis says:

        Reagan- or rather Casper Weinberger (who was given an honorary knighthood for supporting the UK) may have been our ally, but Obama? He seems to be sitting on the fence more than somewhat.

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    • 69
      Anonymous says:

      Pull the troops out of AF, put them on the Falklands. Easy, innit ?

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  37. 61
    Gary Glitter says:

    Has he been CRB checked?

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    AJC says:

    Day release? Community Care?

    Now all Guido has to do is sit tight for a couple of weeks, claim McDoom
    is under acute psychiatric care and bingo he will appear before some
    (politically) uncritical audience a day or so later..

    Was he at church last Sunday, the previous Sunday …

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  39. 67
    Smig says:

    Still no sign of his beard. Has she trotted off to Canterbury?

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    • 145
      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      She’s on holiday in Lesbos with the girls. Apparently she’s struck up a good friendship with the ginger one from Sex & The City.

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      • 159
        viually challanged says:

        Do you mean Sarah Jessica Parker voted most beautiful warthog of the year for the last 15 years?

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    stepney says:

    Aha, so this is the new politics he talked of in all those debates.

    The new politics that involves sitting on your arse all day, taking the taxpayers money and working for yourself.

    Remind me, wasn’t it Gordon who railed against MPs doing work outside Parliament for their own gain?

    Perhaps my memory is as bad as his….

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  41. 72
    Jabba the Cat says:

    No doubt the visited school will now be scheduled for immediate closure as the Curse Of The Son Of The Manse strikes again…

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  42. 75
    DisgustedOfMitcham2 says:

    If we’re paying Gordon all that money to sit at home and do nothing, that’s scandalous, but doesn’t the problem go much wider than just Gordon?

    As far as I understand, MPs have no performance requirements whatsoever. They are not obliged to turn up to Parliament, and they are not obliged to respond to any correspondence from their constituents. If they want, they can all do nothing and still get paid.

    Most MPs, of course, do actually work for their money. But does anyone know how many MPs take advantage of the lack of any requirement to turn up to work and just take their salary without doing anything to earn it?

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  43. 78
    Gordo is the saviour of the known universe and some! says:

    Come on you cu*nts leave the poor man alone. He had dedicated his life to the common good, standing up for inequality whereever it existed, saving the world, whilst being a financial genius. After that sort of commitment he is entitled to some R&R with out being hounded by all you armchair critics, who’s total contribution to the world is to pen (type), anonymously, a few derisory words about anybody who has tried their best! You should all be ashamed of your selves!!. We should all look forward to the Gordon’s triumphal return to Westminster, a person of such talents is being sadly missed by the House and especially by the Labour Party. I’m sure little George O would welcome his help in trying to resolve the country’s financial maladies, which is all down to the Americans anyway. Just a pity that BP could not transfer the responsibility of the little oil leak onto the Americans as well, it’s a pity that they had nothing to do with it!

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  44. 85

    Presume the pic is of the upper half of him because of the leg restraints.

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  45. 87
    Michael Foot says:

    Short blind mentalist caught outside school

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    Lizzie says:

    It’s been great without him, please no more Gordon!

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    • 124
      I hate New Labour says:

      Yes, it’s great knowing that the fat one eyed scottish lunatic is nowhere near the levers of power.

      And guess what you cycloptic imbecile, the world hasn’t come to an end just because the evil Tories are in charge.

      I hope his name becomes synonymous with future Labour leaders in the way Thatchers is with the Tories, thus keeping the lefties out for decades.

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    Hugh Janus says:

    “Now those unfair Tories are in government he appears to have given up fighting for Britain. ”

    Just rejoice at that news. I do – every day – and sometimes several times a day. And to think that we are paying him all that cash to sit and home to write his wretched book. He said he was interested in working for charity. In his case it definitely seems to start at home and I’m paying for it.

    Let’s hope the paper used for the book is strong, soft and thoroughly absorbent…

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    Penfold says:

    Has he been CRB checked?

    Near kids Christ that’s risky.

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  49. 110
    Hang The Bastards says:

    If any working man or woman decided to stay at home and write a book then he /she wouldnt be getting their wages paid.

    The bloke is a fucking thieving twat.

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    • 115
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Think on it There are distinct advantages to the UK in using taxpayer’s money to ensure that Salvator Mundi is not meddling with anything productive at all.

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  50. 112
    Shyte says:

    –“He is being paid £1,264-a-week to stay at home recuperating in Kirkcaldy “writing his book”,”

    Do get your facts correct Guido! Brown does not stay in Kirkcaldy. This line is said to fool people. You’ve fallen for it.

    He stays about 20 miles way in North Queensferry in another constituency. What I’m saying is… he does not stay in his own seat.

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      Phil Spector says:

      He looks like an old pop star “Bobby Boris Pickett and the Crypt Kickers”
      His greatest hit was the “Monster Mash” an euphemism for his role in 13 years of fucking up completely the UK.

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    QWERTY says:

    Does the mong have a shotgun licence?

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  53. 122
    I hate New Labour says:

    Getting fatter by the day I see.

    I wish him a slow painful death.

    And who in their right mind would buy a book written by this moron?

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  54. 126
    Genghiz the Kahn says:

    Cut his salary off until the budget deficit is turned into a surplus.

    Funny how he cannot bring himself to Westminster to defend his record of rising unemployment, above target inflation, stagnant growth and fantasy forecasts. If he was such a towering economic colossus why can’t he argue that his actions were justified, but instead he ‘visits’ another primary school, away from the scrutiny of the press, protected by ‘friends’ in the media who still hint at ‘good days, and bad days’, yet won’t bother to ask if he is well enough to do his job.

    Next week, I guess we will all read that the great helmsman, the former Prime Mentalist and thieving Hunt Gordon Brown is drawing disability benefits.

    At least Balls and all the other muppets have publically admitted that they admire Blair not Brown.

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    • 138
      I hate New Labour says:

      He clearly has so little confidence in his track record that he’s afraid to show his face in Parliament.

      Bet it’s killing him to see all his crackpot schemes being dismantled one by one.

      I hope it is anyway.

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    • 149
      Jock Watch says:

      A ‘Colossus’ is bestriding us, such an ‘Economic Maestro’!?

      WTF!! Al-Beeba and Liebour went along with such expressions.

      The ‘Emperor’s New Clothes’ more like!!

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  55. 127
    Genghiz the Kahn says:

    There’s never a drone with a warhead to carry out a surgical strike when you need one.

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    • 129
      lets squander $45 trillion on an imaginary threat - to make carbon traders billionaires. says:

      The bastard, the stinking, rotten scottish lump of poo – I hate him for what he did to England – I hope he rots in hell

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    • 155
      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      Can’t we tell the Yanks some Afghans are having a wedding party at his house?

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  56. 137
    Anonymous says:

    How much is the bastard paid for sitting on his giant arse?

    [i]About 20 year four pupils have been given the chance to quiz the former Labour leader during the visit.

    But adults have been barred from asking him questions on his new life as a backbencher and his opinion on the changes in government since his departure.[/i]

    The big pig refuses to answer questions!

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  57. 139
    I hate New Labour says:

    I wonder if Mandy has stopped returning his calls yet?

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  58. 142
    Sir Barrington Minge says:

    Once a twat, always a twat.

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  59. 144
    angelnstar says:

    Gordon is such a huge hypocrite! Before May 6th, he was putting out the statement that he and Sarah were going to work for charity, for free, if he lost the election. So so selfless. Now we hear she is peddling her anodyne diaries, that she has been sneakily keeping for years about life at No. 10, for a six figure sum – sample:

    “I awake and see my beloved, his dark lashes shading his manly cheeks. He is snatching 2 hours sleep, having toiled for the nation until 4 am. Little children have left posies on the doorstep, saying how they love him! Ed Balls has had a whip round for some brown sugar for GB to have on his meagre dish of porridge. We are a bit short, because GB has donated his salary to the national debt….. etc. etc.”

    Who do they think they are fooling?

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  60. 146
    angelnstar says:

    What a huge laugh the debate on Newsnight was, with all the dorky candidates for Labour leadership lined up like lemons! It was a real freak show!
    David Miliband reels out statistics like he is a cyborg.

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  61. 147
    True Tory says:

    Let’s pay the one eyed Scottish idiot.

    It would be cheaper for us all to pay him and keep him away

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  62. 148
    OiOi says:

    Does anyone know if Brown has actually sworn in?

    http://www.parliament.uk/about/how/elections-and-voting/swearingin/

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  63. 157
    Kered says:

    Brrrrrrrooooons got his head in the trough!

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  64. 163
    Cream Puff says:

    Brown = Clown

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  65. 164
    Cream Puff says:

    Unfortunately in Scotland we have a media, both dead tree press and BBC TV and Radio that are overtly pro Labour. So there is no critique as to why Brown has been obvious by his absence. In fact the BBC have taken to filtering out any murmerings against Labour or quoting any online independent news sites on BBC Scotland’s ‘Blether with Brian’ (actually there is more scope on the equivelant Welsh or English political blogs of the BBC).
    The Scotsman and Daily Record newspapers are the leading Labour cheerleaders, who would be happy to commit hari-kari before any criticism of Labour in Scotland was written.
    So take it from me, its refreshing to read snippets about what actually happens with people like Brown, the MP for Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath

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  66. 166
    Boystown says:

    School visits = Gordon’s Prozac

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  67. 168
    That's News says:

    It’s as we expected, isn’t it?

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  68. 169
    Lord Handlebum says:

    Does he want to steal their toys to give to the Oxfam shop?

    His tie’s not well knotted.

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    Beorwulf says:

    Fo a guy who has written books on heroism, Broon is showing what a gutless coward he really is by failing to appear in the commons chamber. He obviously doesn’t want to se the coalition dismantling his ‘thousand year socialist superstate’, or see Cameron in ‘his’ place. Back to the madhouse, Gordy!

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    Harvey says:

    Another day, another attack on Brown. You probably think that by pushing the boundaries of acceptable taste you increase your popularity and you may be right. But in so doing you also demonstrate a lack of principle and class. Good luck with the blog but I’ll be unsubscribing on a point of principle

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      NeverRed says:

      FFS anyone who supports Raith Rovers can’t be all there! Delighted to see another deluded sod joining the prick Brown in being unsubscribed.

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  71. 172
    Jimmy says:

    “Still not doing the job we actually pay him to do.”

    Given that you don’t live in the UK, and forgot to pay your taxes when you did, who’s “we”?

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  72. 173

    [...] Gordon’s Alive Gordon has been allowed out today. Still not doing the job we actually pay him to do. He is being paid £1,264-a-week [...] [...]

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  73. 175
    Jon Jones says:

    Brown isn’t PM anymore, wakey!! wakey!!

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  74. 176
    Jon Jones says:

    I wonder what Cameron will be apologising about tomorrow.

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  75. 179
    Anonymous says:

    F ing greedy lying “R”unt! Anybody would think he’s a tory!

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Rob Colvile reviews Russell Brand’s new book:

“Oddly, the person I feel sorriest for isn’t Brand himself – although he certainly comes across as a rather pitiable figure, projecting his own brokenness on to the world around him – but Johann Hari. Drummed out of Fleet Street for plagiarism, the former Independent columnist has washed up as “my mate Johann, who’s been doing research for this book”. For a genuinely talented polemicist, it would have been a humbling experience to have to treat this sub-undergraduate dross as the scintillating wisdom of a philosopher-king.”



Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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