February 14th, 2013

Come Fly With Gordon

Last year the jet-setting Prime Mentalist came under fire for blowing taxpayers’ cash on flights from Scotland to London. Though most Scottish MPs take the train south of the border, Guido learns that over just a three-month period last summer Brown claimed almost £6,000 on expenses for air travel from Scotland to the capital. That despite not speaking in the House for a year.

Incidentally, in the last month he has declared over £320,000 in cash from speeches and advisory work that definitely goes to towards the full running costs of his office, and the rest he totally gives away to charity. With his once loyal lieutenants twisting the knife today and running for the hills, isn’t it time Gordon took the hint?  


174 Comments

  1. 1
    Casual Observer says:

    Gordon is damaged goods.

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  2. 2
    Sarah Canterbury says:

    Leave my husband, as per Section II Paragraph VI of our contract, alone.

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    “Twat Watch”?

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  4. 4
    Mrs Brown says:

    This man is a fecking disgrace.

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  5. 5
    Jimmy So Vile says:

    Hello its me and Gordon

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  6. 6
    Gordon Brown says:

    Hoots mon, can ya no hear the pipes?

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  7. 7
    EU calling all horses says:

    Don’t they still check the receipts for these expenses, he’s the same tw$t made sure you had to dot the I and cross the T even with real receipts you were lucky to get repaid, time for his to be checked by the HMRC and not just passed by because he’s a Liebour friend or ex PM he’s now a zero a nothing,

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  8. 8
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Who’s Gordon Brown ?

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  9. 9
    Moron Brown says:

    I met Oscar Pistorius at the Olympics last year.

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  10. 18
    Come on Dave put the Boot in you fucking wimp says:

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  11. 24
    Gordon Brown, Saviour of the World says:

    You wouldn’t want me to be dr!ving eight hours on the motorway, me with my dead eye, would you, you daft buggers?

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  12. 25
    old SHEP says:

    Can’t see what the problem is, after all he is a registered charity, I frequently put the odd coin into one of his pot effigies when passing through the shopping mall.

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    • 76
      Dick Miliband says:

      I frequently make a donation in his honour in those white ceramic jobs an the room marked “gents”

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  13. 26
    Oscar Pistolius says:

    I’ll do him for a price.

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  14. 27
    Rastatrout says:

    The country’s going to ratshit in a handcart and you worry about Gordon Brown’s philanthropy?

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  15. 28
    I was never in the IRA either says:

    Its becoming fashionable.

    Our own dear Demi God St Gerry (I was never in the IRA) Adams has recently been outed. having a bit of the old prostrate problem. Rather than get surgery in a smelly NHS hospital among the plebs who used to vote for him, a multi-millionaire supporter flew him business class and all expenses paid to a clinic in the USA where he had laser surgery done at a cost of £25k paid by said American

    St Gerry now declares that he had to do this as the laser surgery wasn’t available in the UK – which may be a bit of a shock to all those who have had it

    Still isn’t it great that us little people have such leaders to look up to

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    Raving Loon says:

    UK prime ministers:

    Cameron: wet social democrat who couldn’t get a majority against Gordo
    Gordon Brown: the prime mentalist, possibly violent sociopath
    Blair: war criminal
    Major: Maastrict
    Thatcher: last conservative leader
    Callaghan: winter of discontent
    Wilson: continued EU treason
    Heath: traitor

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  18. 42
    Ed Miliband says:

    Me next! as endorsed by UKIP!

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  19. 45
    Gordon the medicated says:

    That little shit Miliband.
    After all i’ve done for him. He’d still be carrying Tony’s files to the shredder and cleaning Balls’ shoes if it wasn’t for me.

    The ungrateful turdfaced assbuket. Ohhhhh I’m so furious I’m going to…I’m going to…fly down there and smack him one.

    Right..lets see…flight goes at 7.45pm ..takes 1 hour + check in. And then I’ll need to get a taxi from London city..That’s another hour … and Crimewatch is on at 9pm.
    And that junior doctor series is on at 9pm too!!

    Ohhh..I can’t record both!..

    I’ll go tomorrow.

    or the next day..

    Definitely no later than Tuesday week……..probably.

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  20. 46
    Pryce Watch says:

    Jury still deliberating: About 3 hours so far.

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  21. 49
    ***** says:

    Any money that moron makes should go to the state, that is what he did to us.
    £320,000 last month, still fools and their money are parted so easy.

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  22. 54
    Never play with guns when you are legless says:

    Can’t Gordon be temped to sneak up on Oscar Pistorious?

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  23. 56
    EU Funded Pro EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP.

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  24. 62
    Operation Crossbow says:

    The BBC are of course bigging up the gurning Miliband’s speech.

    First question to a Tory (natch) was “What’s wrong with taxing the rich?”

    Of course the BBC don’t mean themselves when they say the rich, the BBC as we know encourage staff to avoid taxes where possible.

    Then we get some gormless beeboid spouting on about how well received Red Ed’s speech was, failing to point out that the 50p tax rate was only introduced right at the end of the last Liebore government.

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    • 66
      Point of information says:

      The BBC do encourage staff to avoid tax. They also encourage prosecution of those who do not pay the TV tax, ahem, License fee.

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      • 140
        chancer says:

        Why are Conservative MPs incapable of rubbishing this posing little twit’s nonsense speeches and laughable policies?

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        • 154
          Plumbline says:

          Because Dave’s dithering wet army, broadly agree with the tax and spend, big government, Miliband wimp?

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  25. 64
    Give me back my pension ya fecker says:

    I wish he’d just feck off and take the fecking Tories and Labour with him.

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  26. 67
    Ed Moribund says:

    I’ve had a great idea! I’m filling in the blank piece of paper by nicking Lib dem policies.
    No one ever listens to them. So taking their ideas is easy.

    Its brilliant.

    The only catch is their policies are total shit.

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  27. 68
    Dave is worst than Gordon, discuss says:

    The only reason why Gordon is worst is because he signed Lisbon.

    The gap is not very wide though, but that act of treachery is pretty tough to beat.

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      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      AFTER he had been kicked out of office.

      He no longer had any authority to do so and his signature should be regarded as void and the Treaty inapplicable to the UK.

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  28. 71
    Anonymous says:

    Gordon take a hint ?

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahaha

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  29. 73
    Spin Fail says:

    Perhaps relative to Zimbabwe ?

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  30. 75
    Slitherin says:

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  31. 77
    The State can spend your money better than you can says:

    Towns handed £100,000 to save their ailing High Streets in Mary Portas rescue scheme ‘have squandered cash on Peppa Pig costumes’

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2278559/Towns-handed-100-000-save-ailing-High-Streets-Mary-Portas-rescue-scheme-squandered-cash-Peppa-Pig-costumes.html#ixzz2Kt9Ib9Sd
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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  32. 79
    Gordon Brown says:

    I wished Oscar Pistorius’s girlfriend well.

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  33. 83
    Keith Vaz says:

    Are there any grieving 14 year old girls I can put my arm around in public?

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  34. 84
    Joss Taskin says:

    …… in the last month he has declared over £320,000 in cash from speeches and advisory work….

    Which begs the question, which lame-brains have paid Gordon Brown for speeches and ‘advisory work’ ?? Are they equally as mental as Brown or are they public sector entities who don’t give a sh1t about chucking Taxpayers’ money around ?

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  35. 85
    Keith Vaz says:

    Any young asian girls lost a parent lately? I’d like to offer my condolences and hugs.

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  36. 87
    Keith Vaz says:

    14 year old girls in mourning give me the horning.

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  37. 89
    Dizaei Rascal says:

    Crooked wideboy c-unt Ali Dizaei lost his appeal against his convictions today. Sweet justice. Now wait for all the usual suspects, Lee Jasper et al, to call it a travesty etc etc. Today’s news is almost as satisfying as when a prisoner threw a bucket of shit over him. :-D

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  38. 92
    Dizaei Rascal says:

    Can’t we just deport Dizaei back to Iran? His rightful place is as a pistachio salesman in a Tehran bazaar.

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  39. 95
    Oscar Pistolius says:

    Her heart went out to me. And landed on the carpet.

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    • 134
      Marvin Gaye says:

      “What is white, got no legs and yet shoots across the room…”

      answers on a post card to:

      FREE POST
      HE’S A CHEAT, HIS FALSE LEGS ARE LONGER THAN MINE
      PO BOX 500
      SE99 1AA

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  40. 97
    BBC Radio 5 is Labour Propaganda says:

    Claimed £6,000 off the taxpayer to fly to London to conduct his own business?

    Shameless, scrounging, hypcritical Labour scumbag.

    Thank you for the information Guido.

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  41. 99
    Kim Jong-Un says:

    Come back to Pyangyong, Agent Brown, your work is complete!

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  42. 100
    Trigger says:

    Any particular airline that I should beware of buying shares in?

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    Gordon Brown says:

    “Before the crock crows ye shall deny me thrice”

    Crucifixion to follow.

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  45. 113
    Copping a feel says:

    Any news on Andrew “trouser snake” Marr’s long-awaited recovery? I’m tiring of the slightly more balanced BBC output lately

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  46. 115
    Half term brownstuff loser says:

    Kerching. That`ll teach you sassenachs to dump me, arf arf!

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  47. 117
    Half term brownstuff loser says:

    Bet you would like to know what I did with the 10p tax confiscation? Well, up yours.

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  48. 120
    Last prime (cut) minister says:

    Am currently looking for the part of scotch undertaker in the Dads Army remake coming to UK Gold.

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  49. 127
    Viv says:

    All MPs’ salaries should be divided by the number (not large!) of days the House sits, and they should be paid proportionately.
    Let’s hope his constituents are aware that he is paid 9 and lavishly pensioned) for doing next to nothing.

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  50. 131
    New UK Poor (middle class 2007) says:

    A Labour source said the mansion tax – long a favourite policy of Liberal Democrats – was expected to raise £2billion a year.
    That would fund a 10p rate on up to £1,000 of taxable income.
    Some 25 million basic rate payers would be up to £100 better off as a result, the source said.

    Wow, £100, what each year?. Well that will buy so much. Thanks Eds, mo.ngers.

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  51. 133
    Pryce Watch says:

    Jury sent home. They should be back on Monday to continue deliberations.

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  52. 136
    keredybretsa says:

    Cheaper with Ryan Air

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  53. 138
    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    Fuck off McDoom you spongeing parasite

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  54. 143
    Brown out and pay me damages. says:

    Come fly with me? Stick a rocket up his arse.

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  55. 152
    NoBo says:

    Guido learns that over just a three-month period last summer Brown claimed almost £6,000 on expenses for air travel. Easyjet charges less than £100 one way so Gordon made at least 30 return flights in 3 months?? Seems a lot especially when he has not spoken in Parliament.

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  56. 155
    John says:

    Actually I think it’s cheaper to fly than it is to take the train.

    You can fly return to Dubai for less than the cost of a return ticket from my town to Edinburgh,,,

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  57. 164
    Nigel Farage says:

    Its all bollocks

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  58. 165
    Chris S says:

    Brown pretty much takes a year off, charges a small fortune in expenses to get to London without bothering to attend the house but retains the Labour party whip and Nadine Dorries goes away for a couple of weeks in a quiet period before Christmas and has the Tory whip withdrawn.

    Double Standards at work ???

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  59. 168
    David B says:

    Shame they did not do that in 2007

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  60. 169
    Old Grumpy says:

    Whilst I’m no Broon Fan, I nte that, in the main, flights are far cheaper than train from the South to Scotland.

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  61. 170
    The real Casual Observer says:

    It must be rotten for the dysfunctional looney and Balls and Miliband minimus’s mentor to find out at his time of life that he’s been barking up the wrong trees since birth and is now a discredited apology for a money grabbing MP spelt shithouse. Well, I don’t give a flying fuck. He’s the ultimate blot on my entire life and but for him I would have lots more money now I am retired. I wish him everything nasty that could ever happen to him and I sincerely hope it seriously fucking hurts the bastard.

    I always feel better for a bit of a rant against this walking turd.

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  62. 172
    Jimmy says:

    “the rest he totally gives away to charity”

    Bastard eh? You’ll never catch a tory doing that.

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  63. 173
    Anonymous says:

    I saw McMentalist in Dubai airport on Tuesday whilst I was en route to Singapore he had been addressing The Dubai Forum no doubt for a large fee paid by that bastion of freedon and expression the Makhtoum family,Duba a long way from Cowdenbeath its time we had a recall system for absent MPS we,the British taxpayer are funding this cnut to jolly round the world

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  64. 174
    Gordon Brown says:

    I want buy the gold that I sold back, think I could get it at the same price?

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