June 29th, 2011

Last of the McLoyalists Jumps Ship

Ultra-Brownite loyalist Kirsty McNeill has finally jumped ship from the tax-saving operation that is The Office of Gordon and Sarah Brown. The author of those tractor-stat speeches and stage manager of the cling to power, was brought in during those dark autumn days of 2009 when the Prime Mentalist was cracking under the pressure. She apparently told friends that she wanted to stay on until Gordon’s reputation has been restored after the election defeat. It seems she has got bored of waiting for hell to freeze over though…

Labour sources suggest that the OGSB has been very quiet in recently. With Brown’s PPS pregnant, and now his gatekeeper on the run, perhaps now would be an ideal time for the man himself to move on…


54 Comments

  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Her career is doomed now.

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    • 5
      Anonymous says:

      Billy you are an idiot. Have you ever done a days job?

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      • 10
        AC1 says:

        Is that Tat projecting again?

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          David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

          So, is she going to the Lords like Liebours other cronies? She obviously did not pay for an honour so would have to be nominated like Sue Nye. She could sit with the scrounging Kinnocks who did sweet FA for the public; hated Europe, but got a good wad of cash as a pension pot, topped up by a daily sitting at Lords. Good socialist scheme. The two Eds went on to lead the party perhaps she is becoming a shadow cabinet member?

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    • 9
      Anonymous says:

      The ruling, made by a district judge at Salford Magistrates’ Court and backed by the High Court, means an end to the practice of releasing people on bail and calling them back for further questioning later – a common practice in most major inquiries.
      Police forces can no longer put anyone out on bail for more than 96 hours without either being in a position to charge or release them.
      After the four days is up, officers can no longer question suspects and can only rearrest them if they have new evidence, the ruling says.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/8605625/Criminals-could-walk-free-if-they-are-not-charged-within-96-hours.html

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      • 15
        Tax Payer says:

        Hmm, could be a major change.

        But, ‘new evidence’ could be interpreted loosely.

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      • 16
        Iloathlefties says:

        Our judges are a bunch of liberal lefties and a direct consequence of Labours appointments of its cronies whilst in power. People should remember this at the next elections. Cancerous appointments in all our public services and establishments.

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  2. 2
    alister says:

    It’s been time for over a year! Either he turns up and votes or he should make way for someone who will .

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  3. 3
    Peter Grimes says:

    Move on.

    To pastures new do you mean?

    Elysium perhaps?

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    • 37
      Elvis says:

      Hell, more likely, although I can’t help but feel sorry for the Devil with that sanctimonious, self-deluding, Scots tw*t for company over eternity.

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  4. 4
    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    Oddly, the only thing Jonah ever did that was right – keeping Blair from putting the UK into the Euro – is probably about to be highlighted when the Greeks bailout goes tits up. Can’t be more than a month or so.

    That one good point is however massively trumped by all of the other cockups Brown made though.

    I missed PMQs. Was it worth watching?

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    • 13
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      If we’re in that sort of mood, he did do something else that was good: Cancelling the private jets, perhaps because they were being called “blair force one”.

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    • 19
      Tax Payer says:

      I thought Brown stopped Blair joining the Euro because he (Brown) wanted to be the PM who did it.

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      • 27
        misterned says:

        Either way, he should be thanking John Major for allowing him to even have the option.

        If John Major had followed labour’s demands, then we would be in a far far worse fuck-up than we are in now.

        AND every fucking clueless labour troll would now be blaming Major, as well as Thatcher, for all our economic ills today.

        This entire country owes John Major an enormous debt of gratitude for sticking to his guns and refusing to join the Euro, when all about him, labour, liberal and tory wets alike, were demanding it and predicting utter collapse and ruin for the UK economy if he didn’t join.

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        • 31
          Peter Grimes says:

          They can’t blame poor old shagger John Major, the fuckwits are still blaming Saint Maggie for all of our problems.

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        • 40
          English Viking says:

          This country owes Major a bullet in the head at dawn, for ratifying the Maarstricht Treaty.

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        • 42
          Osama the Nazarene says:

          You may well be right, Mastrned, and him (and Clarke) left Liebor a golden economic legacy but he did force through the Maastricht Treaty which took us even deeper into Europe.

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    • 26
      Maximus says:

      Wed Ted was displaying an excellent command of factoids — evidently lessons have been learnt from the very thorough tw@ttering he got last week at Guido’s instigation.

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    • 49
      Anonymous says:

      There is still no sound basis for thinking that it was in fact the right decision. First of all, we cannot assume that it was inevitable that the UK would have ended up more like say Greece/Portugal etc. rather than like say Germany/The Netherlands etc (or indeed the many countries between the extremes): secondly, the Greeks still seem to think that they are better off with a currency that they can’t debauch by money printing and devaluation; and thirdly, euro club members as a whole have not done too badly — despite the obvious problems none of them seems to want to cut and run. There is also the point that the evolution of euro life would have been different if the UK had not turned its back on membership.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Just a queston , Guido, you use the phrase “Tax dodging”, as i understand tho could be wrong “Tax dodging” is more or less tax evaison so therefore illegal, where as “Tax avoiding” is legal.

    Now i am no fan of Gordon , but i would of thought he was doing “Tax avoiding” (Good old socailist eh?) , I also accept that this may be a non-point.

    Can someone ask Ed miliband if agrees that Gordon is right to strike as a MP since the electon despite promising to fight for fairness before the election?

    Ps I bet Tony Blair is pissing himself with laughter at the mo, done well at getting out at the right time.

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  6. 7
    Gordon Brown says:

    She’s a bigot! Where’s my Nokia?

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  7. 8
    Beard: The Movie says:

    Is she related to Gil McNeill of Canterbury fame?

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  8. 11
    Moussa Koussa says:

    I have moved on. I am a full time poster on Order Order.

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  9. 12
    amongymous says:

    I am no longer able to even be shocked at the blatant way these bastards tax us to the hilt then dream up ever more ingenious ways to avoid paying tax themselves. McMental remains a rank amateur compared to warmonger blair and his greedy wife though.

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  10. 14
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    “OGSB has been very quiet in recently.”

    Good Lunch Guido?

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  11. 17
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m still prime minister.

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  12. 18
    Phil the Greek says:

    What does Prince Phil have to say about what’s happening in his country?

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  13. 20
    Gonk says:

    O/T
    Dear Miss Orr,
    Just heard your interview defending ‘Dirty Hari’ on the
    Media show and thought you’d like to know that you came over
    as ‘chippy’, humourless, dour and desperately
    trying to fabricate a defence for the indefensible.
    Regards etc

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    misterned says:

    O/T but in response to a story linked to in the ‘Seen Elsewhere:’ section above, right, entitled “I cannot tell a lie” I have to say it is a long piece describing, in detail, how a journalist is forbidden to tell lies.

    (yeah I pissed myself laughing at that too)

    Considering that the author, named `fleet street fox` cannot even show the courtesy or courage to allow comments, I shall comment here instead, as this is where I saw the link to that article.

    He ably describes the process by which a simple, flat out lie, unsupportable by evidence, or crucially, anyone else, cannot make it past editors or lawyers.

    If he came up with a lie, then without corroborating evidence, the newspaper would stand liable to being sued and losing.

    However, fleet street fox was misleading us all in the headline as he knows perfectly well that he can tell lies, so long as someone else will corroborate the lies for him.

    Let’s face it the whole of the mainstream media was busy, repeatedly and continuously telling flat out lies about WMD for years. BUT they had the backing of the government and they ALL told lies. They were telling lies and then corroborating each other telling lies.

    To suggest that a journalist cannot make-up and tell lies is simply not true. They can and they do. They just have to make sure that they can also invent evidence or get corroboration in that lie, then they can continue to lie with impunity.

    Journalists are NOT required to tell the truth, and the honesty and accuracy of a story is really not paramount when considering publication. The real consideration is, “Can we get away with publishing this?”

    If they can get away with it, then the truth of it becomes immaterial.

    the real title of that article should be “I cannot tell a lie, unless I can demonstrate that the publication’s management can get away with it”

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  15. 23

    Austerity measures passed in Greece. Suckers!

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    • 33

      Sorry mean’t to say the bail out of banks that the Greece are kindly paying for.

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      • 44
        Edward speaks Balls says:

        I can’t make up my mind as to whether I am in favour of Greek austerity or not?

        The Germans and French are forcing them to cut too quickly and too deeply. They could be heading for a great depression!

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    Anonymous says:

    “A No 10 insider said: “Kirsty has suddenly become one of the most powerful people in Downing Street and it has ruffled a lot of feathers. She is one of the few people who still thinks Gordon is wonderful and tells him what he wants to hear. She has huge influence now.” ”

    Interestingly, she’s gay. Did Sarah have any influence in her appointment?

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  17. 28
    sarah says:

    Im still shagging her tho.

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  18. 29
    Eamonn U Ensis says:

    “………..perhaps now would be an ideal time for the man himself to move on…”

    There is an opening for Adviser to the Greek Finance Ministry…..Brown has all the necessary credentials for the job….spend more than you are actually receiving in tax and keep on borrowing…………I particularly liked the recent interview of the Greeek ex-Finance Minister on BBC News Channel…he had got on to the subject of the private sector maintaining an overlarge and parasitic public sector and the need to cut the sector drastically when the interviwer cut him abruptly short with the phrase ” I’m afraid that’s all we’ve got time for Mr………….. and now “The Weather!” methinks that the BBC doesn’t wish to hear such an off message comment

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    Robert Catesby says:

    Have a bit of gratitude. Kirsty McNeil helped Gordon save the world.

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  20. 34
    Bemused of Basildon says:

    Do they have any other female names in Jockland apart from ‘Kirsty’?

    There seem to be armies of Kirsties in our media and politics.

    Do they have some sort of Kirsty production line going up there?

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  21. 39
    Nurse! says:

    Perhaps she actually thought that he was actually in with a chance of the IMF job!

    Poor deluded woman.

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  22. 46
    Politicians are CUNTS says:

    Brown continues to get paid for doing nothing with the blessing of 650 other MPs – that’s democracy – he can always be voted out at the next election say MPs – BASTARDS

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    • 48
      Politicians are CUNTS says:

      by the way wasn’t it about a year ago the Cabinet Committee suggested MPs should reduce their pensions?

      Not a lot has happened …..

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    • 51
      Barnehurst Bob says:

      If he leaves parliament he’ll find some job where he can meddle in our lives. Whilst he’s having a sulk and not attending parliament he’s not doing any real damage. I consider £65,738 + exes + tax dodge company a price worth paying to keep him out of public life. It’s cheap when divided between all the tax payers and when compared with the damage he could do if given any type of power. I know it sticks in the throat, paying him after all he’s done but, think……..am I just better off paying and not hearing from the Hunt ever again?

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