Monthly Archives: May 2010
As far back as November 2009 there were rumours that Gordon Brown and Labour were implementing a scorched earth policy with hidden debts and booby traps for the next Government.
The story surfaced again in March this year with Labour’s £11billion Scorched Earth Spending Spree
Now less than a week into the new government and the cat is well and truly out of the bag. In the last weeks of Government as the
Russians closed in on the fuhrerbunker General Election loomed so Labour set about screwing the country for their own political ends.
The newly discovered Whitehall “black holes” could force even more severe public spending cuts, or higher tax rises, ministers fear.
Vince Cable, the business secretary, said: “I fear that a lot of bad news about the public finances has been hidden and stored up for the new government. The skeletons are starting to fall out of the cupboard.”
The new cabinet has been discovering previously unknown contracts and uncosted spending commitments left by their spendthrift predecessors. Read the rest of this entry
Wednesday am: More details of the coalition deal are emerging:
* Five Lib Dems (not six) will get Cabinet jobs, including Nick Clegg as Deputy Prime Minister;
* The bill to have a referendum on AV will be subject to a three line whip, although Conservatives will be free to campaign against AV in the ensuing referendum;
* There will be five-year fixed term parliaments, starting with this one, meaning the next election is scheduled for May 2015;
* Elsewhere on political reform, the second chamber will be wholly or mainly elected and there will be a commission to review party funding; Read the rest of this entry
Every Labour government has always left power with more people unemployed and the economy in a far worse state than when Labour came to power.
True to form unemployment figures released today shown that unemployment rose by 53,000 to 2.51 million in the first 3 months of 2010, the highest since 1994 and considerably higher than in May 1997. Read the rest of this entry
Typical of the pathetic and bitter response to Labour going into opposition can be found on the discussion boards of Sky.
Under the topic heading: Cameron heard telling Grayling,(Now we will teach those gays a lesson.
Can be found the irrelevant and vitriolic babblings of a Labtard junior league pit viper that goes by the name of thewiseone; a McBride babe if there ever was one.
post entry thewiseone You cant complain now, as you knew they were homaphobes.
post entry Aardvark What are homaphobes?
post reply thewiseone
Cameron and Grayling have always admited being homophobic, so whats the problem? All us conservatives agree, they are correct.
Posted by Ardvaark
post reply Dean555 editing people posts now, isn’t that against the rules, I think I better report you.
The Labtard activist is editing posts and attributing them to another poster, Brown and Damian McBride would be so proud. Read the rest of this entry
Never one to let the grass grow under his feet the Lord of Darkness has already emabarked on a new direction, all that remains to be seen, is who will Mandelson position himself behind for the Labour leadership fiasco.
The former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, no real relevance to this post, Aardvark just likes the sound of the words.
The unelected and unelectable Prime Minister is gone.
Good bye and good fucking riddance, if you had a shred of decency Brown you would go for a walk with pistol and never come back.
The last ditch attempts of Labour to cling on to power after a crushing defeat in the General Election have come to nothing.
Gordon Brown in a calculated move to keep the Conservatives out of power yesterday sacrificed his Leadership of the Labour party in an attempt to do a deal with the Lib Dems, all for nothing.
Despite being overwhemingly rejected by the voters Brown was planning Mugabe like, to hang on to power until September and knowing Dear Leader probably beyond that. How astute of Sir Malcolm Rifkind to describe Brown as being just like Robert Mugabe.
Tonight’s Evening Standard has the headline “Brown Quits”.
There have several headlines in the last couple of days:”Brown quits”, “Brown to resign at…” Read the rest of this entry