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Waiting For Gordo (2005): Prime Minister’s Questions

Tweet TONZZO: As I was saying gentlemen, I am here to listen, because it is important that we listen to what is important. And it can get lonely for a man, being right for eleven years, with no one to … Continue reading

01. June 2013 by rkh
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Waiting For Gordo 2005: Gordon Brown Speaks – And Sings

Tweet Dear Prudence, always saving for a rainy day, Dear Prudence, always worried what the Bank will say. The pound is up, but trade’s in red. Our industry has gone to bed. Dear Prudence, always saving for come what may. … Continue reading

31. May 2013 by rkh
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From “Waiting For Gordo” 2005 – my bleak, existential drama of backbench life in the Labour Party

Tweet LACKEY (Blairlike intonation and pauses): I believe – passionately – that it is important – to greet the world with a celebration that is so bold, so beautiful, so inspiring that it embodies the spirit of the future for … Continue reading

29. May 2013 by rkh
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