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Guido is starting to get scared by the frequency in which the curse of Gordon rears it’s ugly head.  Brown Steps Into Corus Battle: PM Set For Talks With Bosses the papers cheered in June, inevitably Sky reported on Friday “1,700 workers in the North East are set to lose their jobs in January after steel giant Corus confirmed it will shut down its Teesside plant.”

Two weeks ago Gordon took the Cabinet on an away day to Nottingham. This weekend the city was blighted by protests and riots that ended up costing the taxpayer a cheeky million in policing costs and damages. Thanks Gordon!

Via Simbits Guido learns the tragic news that “David Beckham’s football academy in south-east London is “very likely” to close by the end of the year”. Who was it that recently paid the academy a visit?

The soldiers recovering at Selly Oak Military Hospital had the right idea when they refused to shake hands with the accursed one. They may be incredibly brave, but they’re not stupid…


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