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The Books Labour Ministers Should Have Written

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Brownfall – Fear And Loathing In Downing Street

Gordon Browns Government Of All Twats

More extracts from the Dark Lords book The Third Man, from behind the Times pay wall with the revelation Fear and Loathing at No 10.

Is it interesting or just another tired cliché that The Times should have gone for what a generation ago would have been cutting edge satire but it is now thanks to Jonny Depp just a weird film, which bares little resemblance to the original book by Hunter S Thompson.

A good deal of time has passed since Aardvark read Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas but if memory serves Aardvark correctly there is a line in the book that goes “There is nothing more depraved than a man in the depths of an ether binge”, which was something to do with an overweight Samoan attorney.

This could of course could be applied to Gordon Brown as “There is nothing more depraved than a man in the depths of a power binge”, look how many days it took Brown to come down from his power trip before he could get his shit together and leave No 10. Read the rest of this entry

Mandelson Has Already Started A New Career

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.

Mandelson Turns on Brown

By Tory Aardvark

According to a senior Labour MP Mandelson is actively briefing against Gordon Brown who is currently hiding in his bunker supporting the up turn in profits for Tenaman


Lord Mandelson thinks Gordon Brown is a Chump

Will Mandelson unleash Draper and McBride to smear Dear Leader?

Lord Mandelson is privately briefing against the Prime Minister, according to a senior Labour MP. The MP, who I met at Parliament last night, said Alan Johnson stands ready to fill a vacancy if necessary, following a serious breakdown in discipline and morale in the Parliamentary Labour Party precipitated by Gordon Brown’s embarrassmant at a demand that he pay back over £12,000 in wrongly claimed expenses. Latest from Tory Rascal