September 4th, 2011

Alistair Darling on the Brownies…

“It would be wrong to claim that there was a plot to get rid of Tony Blair; there was no plot. A plot is secret. This was an open campaign, and as far as the Brownite cabal were concerned, you were with them or against them. It was a fairly brutal regime, and many of us fell foul of it.”


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

    sounds like Mad dog was incharge.

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  2. 2
    redunkulus and billy bonkers says:

    Sounds of Nokias in flight!

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  3. 3
    jheath says:

    So all the denials of the Brownites such as little Miliband and the Balls household were just lies and more lies. And what jobs do these disreputable people have now?

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  4. 4
    blackbyle says:

    What a gutless shower of shits they all were – had they forgotten the defenestration of of The Lady & the methods deployed ?

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  5. 5
    mitch says:

    and these fuckwits want to be in power again …..unbeliveable .

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  6. 6
    Athers says:

    Brown government looked and sounded like chaos, little ed mili isnt strong enough to deal with in fighting

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      California Dreaming says:

      Um, where is the infighting that “Ed isn’t strong enough to deal with?” The infightning was between Brownites and Blairites exclusively, the latter of which are no longer even represented in the Commons anymore.

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        East India Company wallah says:

        Er um,millitwit v millitwit the elder ed testes v millitwit the sillier, dromey v the 22nd century, batty harman v anything with a willy-jockite fundamentalists v blairites , Is the scene starting to form yet?

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    Fuck 'em All says:

    Still blaming the bankers.

    Not a peep about the idiots who borrowed more than they could repay and defaulted on the debts.

    Not a peep about his debt and spending addiction.

    Marr does the usual biased bbc and doesn’t ask the obvious.

    Why should we pay more and more for less and less from the government?

    Why should children be born into debt because Darling couldn’t stop spending?

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    • 9
      genghiz the kahn says:

      Is there anything about why Darling suddenly decided after 25 years or so to resign from the Faculty of Advocates?

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  8. 11
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Let the Tribal warfare increase. More Popcorn!

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  9. 12
    Displaced Brummie says:

    “My name’s Gordon Brown. You might have heard of me. I used to be someone, once. I was a contender.”

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