July 6th, 2010

Gordon “Offered Professor’s Chair”

With the summer recess not far off, Gordon’s friends are putting it about that he has been offered various academic posts, telling the Glasgow Herald “It’s true he has been approached by several academic institutions regarding various things. None of these is settled or completed as yet. There have been approaches in this country and in others.”

Meanwhile Gordon is relaxing in Kirkcaldy, cashing £1,270-a-week, plus pension top ups from taxpayers, to rock in his chair.


179 Comments

  1. 1
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m a Hunt and I know it.

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    • 11
      The pussy whipped people of Britain says:

      So what does that make us?

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      • 15
        Ivor Biggun says:

        Guido, surely you mean he’s been offered a professor’s seat – question is, which professor?

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        • 40
          Dig for Victory says:

          Classic Jackanory, celebrity nonsense

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        • 56
          David Laws says:

          he doesn’t even turn up?
          shocking!

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          • MPs' expenses: David Laws faces police inquiry over allowances says:

            David Laws, the Treasury minister who resigned over disclosures about his parliamentary expenses, is facing a police inquiry into his finances.

            David Laws resigned as Chief Secretary to the Treasury in May Mr Laws quit as Chief Secretary to the Treasury in May after The Daily Telegraph disclosed he claimed £40,000 of second home allowances to pay rent to his partner, James Lundie. Since 2006 MPs have been banned from using public money to rent property from partners or relatives.

            Mr Laws, the Liberal Democrat MP for Yeovil, referred himself to John Lyon, the parliamentary commissioner for standards, who is poised to investigate.

            But it has emerged that a joint panel of Metropolitan Police detectives and senior Crown Prosecution Service officials are to decide whether an external inquiry should be launched.

            While coverage of Mr Laws’s claims has so far focused on rent paid to Mr Lundie, it is thought a police inquiry would centre on Mr Laws’s claims for household bills.

            The MP’s expenses files showed that in addition to the £950 monthly rent, he consistently claimed round figures for maintenance, telephone and utilities bills.

            He regularly claimed £150 a month for utilities and £200 a month for service and maintenance. At the time, MPs could claim expenses under £250 without receipts.

            In March 2008, this threshold was lowered to £25. From then on, Mr Laws claimed £37 a month for utility bills and under £25 for service, maintenance and repairs.

            http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/7871073/MPs-expenses-David-Laws-faces-police-inquiry-over-allowances.html

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        • 80
          sinosimon says:

          no it’s a chair but it’s not ready yet…….they can’t figure out how to wire it to the mains

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      • 70
        Anonymous says:

        He is too important to b expected to earn his salary. A grateful naton should be honoured that he will accept it. He saved the world you know.

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    • 18
      Dr Harold Brown says:

      He can sit in my chair if he likes…

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    • 81
      Up sh1t creek says:

      Brown can’t be any more nutty than Ed Balls, who still seems to think there is a bottomless pit of money for the public sector, he refuses to say how the deficit would be cut if Labour were in power.

      Ed must have learned his economics from Gordon Brown, the man with no maths degree.

      Clip from Newsnight, 6/7/10

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      • 91
        50 Calibre says:

        Check the manic eyes. Just think! He’s got to go home to that Yvette woman, AKA Motormouth. That would be enough to send anyone potty.

        I think the manic stare is designed to stop blinking at the rate of a 35mm film projector. Remember them?

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      • 94
        amongymous says:

        Christ that is bad – Balls is totally crazy and/or stupid, no wonder the country has no money left. Trouble is both Millibands are totally weird, Abbot is ridiculous and Burnham is just plain annoying. So what will zanulabour do?!

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      • 108
        Anonymous says:

        Clip from tonight’s newsnight?

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      • 109
        Mrs David Kelly says:

        This Youtube clip caused my computer to shut down in self defense. The blue screen of death is preferable to the delusions of this wide-eyed loon.
        Ed Balls is my favourite candidate for Labour leader. I hope he doesn’t mess-up before getting the gig.

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      • 116
        Mike Hunt says:

        That’s clever, how did you manage to get tonight’s News Night before broadcast, or did you mean 7th June?

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      • 134
        Electric Chair says:

        I think you’ll find it was the other way round. The Man Who Saved The World is on record as stating that he “learned all he knew about economics” in the mid-90s from ex-FT hack Ed Balls

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      • 152

        To: Mr Creek – July 6, 2010 at 7:52 am

        Very good clip, thanks. Was it that Maitliss girl running this Balls leadership election broadcast? I notice she didn’t let little Govey have much of a say!

        I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; I’m not a Tory supporter, but Gove’s performance (what little Maitliss allowed) was superb, the man deserves a medal for enduring those two socialist <<insert blasphemy of choice here>>s and still coming out on top.

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      • 173
        Wide Eyed Loon says:

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    • 145
      Alexsandr says:

      So some university wants to give this failure more of our taxpayers money. As paymasters of our universities, the govt should block any political appointments like this.

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    • 148
      NotaSheep says:

      A seat at the University of Fuckwittery?

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      • 175
        ron vibentrop says:

        I think that Bob the Butcher Mugabe could offer him a seat at the University of Zimbabwe, as he seems to have done to a lot of his mates.

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    • 153
      Sir Barrington Minge says:

      Surely this is an ideal solution.
      Give him the chair in some obscure Scottish college miles from anywhere and let him sit there writing vast reams of complete rubbish that nobody will ever read in the name of “economic theory”
      Keeps him in Scotchland and away from ther vast majority of real people.
      Cost to the Exchequer – zero!!

      Simples!!

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    • 163
      Biffo says:

      Si, I guess those academic institutions (Scottish primary schools?) are really keen to see their numbers of applicants drop?

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  2. 2
    Gulf Stream says:

    Yes he is to replace Eddie Murphy in THE NUTTY PROFESSOR

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  3. 3
    Spliff Merchant says:

    Jonah looks like he’s just done a jobby that he’s very proud of in that photo.

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  4. 5
    Nemesis says:

    he will lecture in The Gay Gordons 101 – An ethnological history of the Klan

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  5. 6
    Fuck Labour says:

    But I thought Gordon was going to do charity work when he left office? Isn’t that what he told GMTV viewers? He wasn’t lying was he?

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    • 12
      Anonymous says:

      Lying….

      It’s what labour do. It’s all that they do. It’s all that they know.

      The one thing that labour know/do is lying.

      well, lying and economic destruction.

      The only 2 things that labour know/do is lying and bringing about economic destruction.

      oh, and corruption….

      oh, and being hypocritical….

      The only 4 things….

      (don’t forget starting illegal wars and smearing the military in a bid to hide their own negligence)…

      right, the only 6 things that labour do/know is…

      (we could be here for some considerable time, christ I’m glad they’ve gone)

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      • 17
        President Rama dama ding dong says:

        Thank god for a credible opposition, that from a position of sleaze free piousness and a radical alternative to the backing of foolhardy foreign military mishaps, can sweep away the corruption and lies, in order to stand up for truth and the Amrican way.

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      • 93
        Mr Ned says:

        Has anyone else noticed the change in tone in BBC economic reporting over the last 8 months or so?

        It has gone from, “we mustn’t do anything to damage the recovery”, and reports that were presenting an expectation of recovery and growth, to the past couple of weeks all being doom and gloom and increased talk of “double dips”

        Are the BBC trying to talk us back into recession?

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        • 98
          BBC says:

          Now Labour are unfairly out of government we have reverted to our standard position of patriotism = racism.

          Now work hard and pay your licence fee – remember Jonathon Ross wants £18m and you’re going to give it to him.

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        • 149
          NotaSheep says:

          Yes

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  6. 7
    Prof. Gordon Brown back to skool plans says:

    Non-spill cup – check.

    Crayons – check.

    Nappies – check.

    Lithium – check.

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    • 65
      And about time too says:

      “It’s true he has been approached by several academic institutions regarding various things.”

      Yep. He’s been approached by Edinburgh University regarding a course in basic numeracy. As a student.

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      • 147
        cant hunter says:

        Do we really believe these stories of Brown’s appeal to academic institutions, either in this country or overseas ? Well I suppose universities still live in a sub Marxist world where as long as you spout the right on cliches and advocate ruinous public spending you will usually be received creepily. But even so I do not believe that British universities have become so dumbed down that they will consider this pathetic apology of a Chancellor a good catch. Nor do I believe that foreign institutions, of any hue, will be interested in hiring this demented malignant lout.

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      • 154

        Re: Gordo The Great To Become an Academic

        Sorry folks this is a terrible typographic error. The correct story is:

        NEWS JUST IN – Gordon Brown to become student. Gordon Brown, the record-breaking, recession-creating Prime Minister, has announced that after being inundated with offers from the world’s best bog-standard comprehensive institutions, he has finally agreed to offer his services as the class dunce in Boghampton Inner City Community College. He hopes to improve his academic excellence by undertaking two GCSE courses in: Basic Maths and All-weather Nappy Wearing.

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      • 165
        Biffo says:

        … and literacy – to help with his letter writing y’know.

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    • 101
      amongymous says:

      It really is beyond parody talking about a senior post for such a catastrophic failure of a man and politician, especially the idea of him having any responsibility for something in the IMF. Truly putting an alcoholic in charge of a bar.

      But then Blair is not especially intelligent and is a very ignorant man, considered by many to be a war criminal and known by all to be a liar, yet some top US unis paid him to lecture there although more as a “celebrity” than anything else.

      Both need to be in the dock for treason.

      (What is the betting that there are no offers for Gorgon and the IMF have repeatedly told him to leave them alone as he can’t work there? And that this is just a desperate PR ploy to try to drum up demand as he doesn’t have the courage to turn up to the Commons to be laughed at.)

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  7. 9
    The Turning Worm says:

    Gordon lying? Och no! Don’t you know charity begins at home – and that’s where I’m staying! So keep sending me my MP’s pay for doing och all!

    I may have left you English suckers broke but there is still plenty left for me.

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  8. 10
    Old Sparky says:

    I’ve got a chair for him.

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    • 25
      Jack Ketch says:

      Can I plug it in and throw the switch?

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    • 63
      Herr von Bismark says:

      He can wear my spiky helmet to attach the terminal. Conductive jelly – why bother? Just use lard and up the voltage. Fry, you bastard, fry (and real slow).

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  9. 13
    PDF says:

    Guido.

    What’s wrong with you?

    Would you really rather he was paid to do something rather than nothing ?

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  10. 14
    Anonymous says:

    On the downside, he’s fleecing the tax payer for doing fuck all and seems to have got away with destroying the country.

    On the upside, now that he’s been booted out and him and his cronies have therefore lost all their bully-boy power, he’s had to confront the fact that he’s the most hated man in the country.

    The fact that he goes to bed at night knowing (and being constantly told by everyone he meets) that he’s an evil fuckwit who destroyed the country and should be shot makes me a lot happier.

    Even during the election campaign he was confronted with people saying to his face “we’re surviving despite what you’ve done, not because of what you’ve done.” He’s now getting that from every direction, and he’s not getting shielded from it anymore by his bully-boys.

    He’s a broken man inside, and he fucking deserves to be.

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    • 66
      And about time too says:

      He’s still grinning though, isn’t he? and visiting schools. Maybe that’s why he’s still grinning.

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  11. 16
    Southern Softy says:

    Let’s hope the “academic” institutions are all in Skochland.
    Presumably they are asking him to take part in their “research”.
    FFS we do NOT want the c’unt back here in England.

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  12. 19
    Everybody Hates Gordon says:

    What Deborah Mattessons-Sausages left out of her book is that after Gordon shouted “You’re in the eye of the storm! What are you going to do about it?!”, he then paused, grinned and said “I’ve just plopped in my pants”.

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    • 45
      Why Hate Gordon When He's Over And Out says:

      Gorgon Broon does not do grinning.
      He does gurning.
      And plopping in his pants.

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  13. 20

    I wouldn’t trust him to sit the sit right way round on a chair.
    Or even to get the chair the right way up.

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  14. 22
    Earnest N. Utters says:

    University of Poppleton, presumably?

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  15. 23
    Ben Dover says:

    Is that photo from one of Gordon’s sessions with the shrink? (or as Gordon calls him, “The nasty man in white coat with sharp thingy he puts in my arm that makes me go all sleepy and beddy byes.”)

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  16. 24
    Yvette, (spendaholic, immense debt on her watch), Cunt MP says:

    Offered a Professor’s chair…………..hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahha

    Was this after he was offered the loony’s jacket?

    Which shithole university offers a professor’s chair to a deranged, spendaholic, bullying, mental, inadequate, lying, spineless, puffed-up, venal, wankstain like one-eyed McShyte?

    Oh, a Scotch one, ok fair enough, makes sense

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    • 64
      Left a bit, left a bit, left a bit, FIRE! says:

      University of Bradford as Professor of Bernie-the-Bolt Politics. Appropriate shit-hole. Or, as Yvette suggests, in Scotland somewhere.

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      • 103
        Must get a pseudonym one day says:

        OK, Bradford may be the most depressing shit-hole in England right now but even that Muzzie dump doesn’t deserve Gordo – keep him north of the border and at least give Bradford a chance to die with a modicum of dignity.

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        • 122
          NeverRed says:

          Withdraw all funding from any university that even thinks of offering the scotch bastard anything

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  17. 26
    Fuck Labour says:

    I think it’s very cruel of Guido to get Gordon’s hopes up like this. He knows that Jonah reads this blog every day and he’ll now think he’s in the running for a job at a university, when in reality no such thing’s going to happen. He’ll be telling all his friends – the egg soldiers he has for breakfast – the exciting news tomorrow, only to have to tell them the next day that the information he was given by Sue was inaccurate and had started in America.

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  18. 27
    The mad institute that wants to employ Gorgon says:

    I’m confused Professor of what exactly ……… sulking perhaps

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      And about time too says:

      Something for which his entire life’s experience has perfectly qualified him. Professor of Psychiatry.

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  19. 28
    Raoul Moat says:

    Is this Gordon Brown a policeman? I fucking hate coppers.

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  20. 29
    Sarah Beard, currently in Canterbury lying on a carpet says:

    My husband, my professor.

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  21. 31
    One of Miss Macauley's sons says:

    Daddy, why do people keep pointing and shouting at you? And what do the words c/unt and die mean?

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  22. 33
    LMFAO says:

    LMFAO !!!

    E x .

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  23. 35
    Fuck Labour says:

    Is that Gordon’s come-face? *SHUDDER*

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  24. 36
    Maximus says:

    I doubt they mean a teaching post – too much human interaction there. I think a cosy vice chancellorship somewhere. Well out of the way, and cheaper than paying for the whores Major and Bliar to jetset the globe in search of private fortunes at our expense.

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    • 39
      The Gordon Brown Foundation says:

      Sitting in a dusty library penning tomes entitled “I was right, and they were all wrong.”
      It beats working for a living.

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  25. 38
    Captain Peacock says:

    “There have been approaches in this country and in others.”
    Afghanistan or Iraq perhaps?

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  26. 41
    Martin Day says:

    Just keep the pedo away from the kids, along with mandelslime, campbell slime and the 3 poofs.

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  27. 42
    Gordon Brown says:

    I have a high IQ. My genius knows no bounds. I am superior to you all.

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    • 43
      Annonnymouse says:

      I’m gonna get moderated. That’s why nobody likes comin here.

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      • 44
        The Gordon Brown Foundation says:

        Guido comes every morning when he swees the ad revenue.

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        • 47
          Ewanme says:

          Yeah , I knows that , hun .

          He don’t bovver clearin his spurt off me , tho .

          How much is a box of Kleenex these days , FFS ????

          Anonny x .

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          • The Gordon Brown Foundation says:

            We love you. Please come back to our ailing site. There may be a Mars Bar in it for you E.

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          • The Original Gordon Brown Foundation says:

            That’s instant fame for you.
            i’ve been trolled.

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          • The Gordon Brown Foundation says:

            Instant fame ???

            LOL !!!

            Trollled ??? Get a life , darlin x .

            We’ve all had our assets nicked by the bloggin bores , ain’t we ???

            Hiya , tat x .

            Makes ya wanna give it up an turn to God , don’t it ???

            Anon x .

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          • The Original Gordon Brown Foundation says:

            Trolled, and now accused of being the God that was tat.
            My life is complete.

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      • 46
        Dave Figgley says:

        Ha ha, mate. This site is for netball players. If you want to get serious come on over to http://www.figgers.co.uk, son.

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    • 62
      Gordon Hitler says:

      Your right-I see that from your facial expressions, the way you talk-you are a fucking lunatic that should have been nowhere near a pram,much less the drivers seat of this country.
      You are a fucking madman, a quirk of nature, that should have been put down at birth and would have been under my eugenics programme.

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      • 168
        Biffo says:

        And when Mother Brown gave birth, the midwife had been at the bottle & accidently chucked the baby away & kept the afterbirth – they called it ‘Gordon’ after the gin the midwife had been tippling.

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  28. 49
    Sarf of the River says:

    FFS, what drugs is the loon on? That picture sums the miserable bastard up to a tee.

    Why any sensible organisation would give the Hunt a job is beyond me.

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    • 51
      Doc Willoughby says:

      Whatever chemicals he’s on, they don’t seem to bring him down much.
      Just an observation.
      No charge.

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  29. 52
    Sir Reginald Titbrain says:

    ..His spokesman emphasised the academic jobs were part-time and, if any were taken up, the former premier would do them alongside his work as a constituency MP….

    I just don’t know how he’ll fit it all in.

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  30. 53
    Ben Dover says:

    Gordon’s favourite tipple is splooge.

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  31. 54
    Gordon loves to get Prick-Rolled says:

    Never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down, never gonna break your heart or deceive you

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  32. 59
    nick nick says:

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  33. 61
    David "Bang to rights" Laws says:

    It was all within the sheets i submitted in to the fees office.

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    let's waste $45 trillon on a global warming scam to make Al Gore a billionaire says:

    Oh and Fuck Gordon Brown!

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  36. 72
    brownless says:

    only a looney tune university would employ brown to do anything … wanker’s convention perhaps although wouldn’t expect he could manage that

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  37. 73
    Tapestry says:

    He kept Britain out of the Euro. Give him a billion as reward.
    He doubled government spending. Take it back again.

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    • 75
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      He kept the UK out of the Euro only because Tony wanted us in so that he could be President of the EU. With Gordon, spite is the only motivator.

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  38. 83
    Anonymous says:

    No one has named any University, not in Scotland ,England ,Ireland or wee Wales.

    Perhaps that special relationship placey is going to give him a post?

    After all his predecessor gets wads of money from them , why not Gordon?

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    • 87
      brownless says:

      two rumours bear consideration……he was offered governorship of Falklands but entire population threatened to move to Buenos Aires if he accepted….has been offered democratic studies chair at Tehran university but he won’t wear the ceremonial burka

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      • 111
        The Penguins of South Sandwich Islands says:

        OK, we’ll take him off your hands for a few boxes of fish fingers a month. What do you say??

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  39. 84
    Jack in the Green says:

    How come he gets to stay away and still get paid?

    Surely the Commons Authorities should stop his pay.

    It has been rumoured, however, that he has had a nervous breakdown.

    Is there any truth in this?

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  40. 85
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Hey I tell you what though, it’s like a breath of fresh air not seeing loser Brown or loser Mandleson on the box any more. Let them trough for Hoonwork in Scotland, the US, the Middle East or wherever – they know at last neither has a future here except as a laughing stock.

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    • 88
      the old Dufflebag says:

      great to loose the pair of them but unfortunately blinkey is the BBC’s favourite Labour spokesman and he grates just as much

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    • 127
      Anonymous says:

      Why would mandleson not trough or hoonwork as you put it in England ? You still havent come to term with the fact it was mostly your own countrymen/women ie English who fucked up the country in the last Labour Government have you !

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  41. 89
    RavingMad says:

    great picture

    am I supposed to be upset that Cheryl Cole has malaria?

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  42. 90
    50 Calibre says:

    Hopefully he will take up one of the overseas offers, subject to the costs of police protection.

    The only real threat he faces is himself as he continues his delusional meanderings through the rest of his life, which arguably ought to be spent in a real prison after what he did to an otherwise pleasant country.

    Check the manic grin…

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  43. 96
    50 Calibre says:

    Job Creation Opportunity

    Put Brown in charge of the Sahara Desert. Within only weeks he’d be importing sand. Think of the jobs that would create…

    Acknowledgements to Martin1962a from U.K. on Sky News website April 3, 2010 14:19

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  44. 97
    The Great Sulking Fist says:

    What’s the problem ? When Tony Bliar and I came to office, we planted a forest of Money Trees. Whenever we needed to spend waste money we just pruned it from one of the Money Trees. Job done !

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  45. 100
    Ean Craigie says:

    In Peter Watts excelent book Brown was shown to have a large slush fund in clear contravention of the rules, why are we not hearing about this investigation or is it a deal by which one hand cleans the other.

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  46. 104
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Just hang the phucking bong-eyed-Hunt !

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  47. 110
    Pie and Chips says:

    Obviously anything that requires the ability to do sums would be out of the question.

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  48. 112
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    ‘His spokesman emphasised the academic jobs were part-time and, if any were taken up, the former premier would do them alongside his work as a constituency MP.’

    So if being an MP is also a part-time job let him take fucking part-time wages.

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  49. 115
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Found the perfect place for McCavity:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/1457035.stm

    Get a nice cheap garden shed from B&Q, label it a ‘University’, stick McDoom into it

    Sorted.

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  50. 117
    Tom says:

    Guido,

    Interesting that you choose to refer to him ‘cashing’ what is actually his pre-tax salary, yet you spend a lot of time pointing out that we have relatively high taxes.

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  51. 118
    "For the restless, not the true believers, this one's for you.." says:

    Professor of Ethereal Financial Mongering
    Head of the Loss of Faculties
    Research Fellow to the Office Equipment Aerodynamics and Impact Resistance Study Group
    Resident Lecturer on the Dangers of Bigot Impacts on the Political Landscape

    Hogwarts

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  52. 120
    Sympathy Vote says:

    Would I be correct in thinking,
    that this,’chair’ he is being offered is an “electric chair” ?

    I’m sure a southern state in the colonies would oblige.
    We could even have a whip round for the electric bill.

    I love the smell of _ _ in the morning.

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  53. 125
    Your Grandad's parrot says:

    Isolation will hopefully destroy the remaining brain cells Clunky has left.

    Staying away from HoC is the best thing he’s ever done.

    Least his expenses will be low.

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  54. 129
    simon r says:

    What that picture above doesn’t show is that just out of shot is Nick Brown doing a slow and erotic striptease – hence the real and not forced smile for once.

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  55. 130
    strapworld says:

    You mention the £1800+ a week, Guido, but what about the ‘severence’ allowance for a former PM?

    As he ensured that Cameron will not receive what he received. Could Cameron now ask Parliament to stop paying MP’s who fail to attend less than three days a week at Westminster? That would ensure we see the delightful son of the manse and wave a fond goodbye to Gerry Adams and Co!!

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  56. 132
    Pills here says:

    Looking at the photo is this in anticipation of the morning smarties in the local nuthouse or during the initial high?

    Surprised he’s dressed really, would have expected him to resemble Rab C Nesbitt without the personal hygiene standards.

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  57. 133
    Sizzle says:

    Great

    Stick his feet in a bowl of water, wire him up, and throw the switch

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  58. 135
    jay mason says:

    professor of Huntology

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  59. 136
    Cassandrina says:

    I believe there is a chair vacant in scatology at a university in Iceland.
    He should get a warm reception there?

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  60. 137
    Unsworth says:

    So Brown gets offered the chair – who got the table?

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  61. 139
    James42 says:

    May I predict that his new position will be, ‘Professor of anti-SNP policy initiatives’.

    He will be in big demand from BBC Scotland to brag about how he has done in Britains economy, made the Labour Party unelectable and how he has turned Scotland into an economic basket case.

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  62. 140
    Anonymous says:

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  63. 141
    angelnstar says:

    Crikey! He does look crazy in this picture! Maybe he is suffering really bad stress, I think we should all leave him alone. He did go through it as PM. I know he brought it all on himself, but he has a lot of awful truths to face, and we don’t want to be making it any worse.

    One MP has already thrown himself under a train, we dont want another one to do the same thing. Gordon, whatever you did, WE FORGIVE YOU! Go in peace, get some rest for crying out loud!

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    • 170
      Biffo says:

      I don’t think so. You may forgive him because you have a beautiful nature – however, there’s another 59,999,999 who may choose not to.

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    • 171
      Biffo says:

      I don’t think so! You may choose to forgive him because you have a beautiful nature, However, there’s another 59,999,999 who may not.

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  64. 142
    angelnstar says:

    http://cyberboris.wordpress.com/2010/07/06/good-luck-holland/

    On a lighter note, Boris has been kissed more than George Clooney. The evidence is here!

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  65. 144
    gildedtumbril says:

    The former tenant of 10 Downing Street, Eva Braun late of the Downing Street Bunker ought to be tarred, feathered, hanged, drawn and quartered, for treason.
    Nothing personal

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      Biffo says:

      After a fair trial, without any presumption of guilt, naturally. Trial time set for 12:00 noon – tarring to start at 12:15 approx.

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  66. 146
    Vote for Ed please says:

    I hear its our friends in Zimbabwe that want Brown. Apparently Mugabe is so impressed with dear Gordon, and feels so inferior to him that he wants to learn more.
    Robert said ..
    “when I look at what Gordon has done for Britain, I feel so inadequate, I realize I was just playing. Gordon shows us how to bring a good economy to nothing.”
    he later added ” I will forget he is a bit gay, and I can sort Sarah and give him another sham wife”

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  67. 151
    University of Gorbals South says:

    We are delighted to have secured the services of Professor McBroon to head our new Department of Waste Management. Having laid waste to the whole UK economy he is clearly the most qualified candidate

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  68. 155
    Terri says:

    Broon is going round schools in his constituency talking to classes, on what I know not. What I’d like to know is what the poor schoolkids did to deserve this. His own kids have been enrolled in school in Kircaldy. He is said also to be doing charity work and states he’ll turn up at westmonster once the leadership elections are over. Mrs Broon meanwhile is said to have stated she wishes to remain in North Queensferry as most of her charity works are based nearby.

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      Biffo says:

      What sane & sensible charity would touch him? Only one that wants to see its donations sink through the floor & its supporters fade away I imagine. Joking apart, if he became involved in any charity I normally support I would complain to the charity & then remove my support. Yes, I feel that bitter.

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  69. 156

    […] 6, 2010 by Lisa Harding Leave a Comment But I agree with Guido Fawkes. Does anyone else find it disgusting that since the new parliament was formed, the MP for Kirkcaldy […]

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  70. 158
    President Karzi says:

    David Cameron has proposed Gordon Brown as Chancellor of the University of Kandahar…I have been advised by the SAS that, in their view, no protection will be necessary.

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  71. 160
    Marian says:

    The word in Labour party circles in Fife is that Gordon Brown is seeking a post of some kind with a charity that operates overseas.

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  72. 174
    AsYouLikeIt says:

    I heard he might be given Prof. Dumbledore’s seat in the new Harry Potter theme park.

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  73. 179
    marcus aurelius says:

    Brown aren’t you the Hunt that stole my pension? sold my country’s gold for the fucking Euro, and betrayed a nation with yet more Euro fascism? What useful skill do you think you could impart to anyone?

    didn’t you promise a referendum on the Llisbon treaty?

    Professor of mendacious situational ethics perhaps?

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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