Gordon Spends £7,053 to Ask About Local Sailing Club

Gordon Brown was seen loitering around the Parliament this week, and it seems he managed to do something on behalf of his constituents while he was in town. He put in a written question about the his local sailing club. Democracy in action…

As Guido has reported extensively, Gordon jetted around the world pocket-lining while a nuclear waste crisis developed in his constituency and went back to his old tricks of bullying any journalist that dared to question whether he was doing his job properly. Since he was dragged out of Downing Street, Gordon has spoken in just three debates in Parliament and put down just six written questions. Despite his MPs salary, and his growing private wealth, Gordon has thought it fit to claim £42,318 in office and travel expenses in that time. That works out at the tidy sum of £7,053 per written question. The people of Kirkcaldy deserve real representation.




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