» Monday, October 2, 2006


Put that the Deputy Prime Minister had said last week that he would step down when the Prime Minister stepped down, and would the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman step down then as well, the PMOS replied that he was a civil servant, therefore his future was in the hands of the Head of the Civil Service.

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  1. Quote:

    "the PMOS replied that he was a civil servant, therefore his future was in the hands of the Head of the Civil Service."

    Rather than, as in the Prime Minister’s case, the hands of his colleagues. And I could have sworn that the voters had something to do with it once. Yes, I know we don’t vote for a president, but this PM said he would serve for "a full term". Labour should remember the victories he has handed them, and hang their heads in shame.

    Sorry, I am just sounding off here because I am so angry with the Labour party for their treatment of OUR PM.

    Anyway, it’s nice to be able to read what he actually says at this site, undoctored and uninterpreted.

    My little blog is lonely out there, as it is the only one I have noticed which advocates keeping Tony Blair as PM.

    And I don’t even vote Labour!

    Comment by Laird — 4 Oct 2006 on 7:39 pm | Link
  2. Does Doctor know you have stopped taking your medication ?

    Comment by tasty macfadden — 12 Oct 2006 on 5:52 pm | Link

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