Monday, 13 April 2009

Browns Letter to Gus released

Dear Gus

I am writing about the Code of Conduct for Special Advisers, and the proposals I want to make to tighten this up.


I am assured that no minister and no political adviser other than the person involved had any knowledge of or involvement in these private emails that are the subject of current discussion.
I have already taken responsibility for acting on this - first by accepting Mr McBride's resignation and by making it clear to all concerned that such actions have no part to play in the public life of our country.


Any activity such as this that affects the reputation of our politics is a matter of great regret to me

I have also written personally to all those who were subject to these unsubstantiated claims.
Mr McBride has apologised and done so unreservedly. But it is also important to make sure such behaviour does not happen again.
Any activity such as this that affects the reputation of our politics is a matter of great regret to me and I am ready to take whatever action is necessary to improve our political system.
I would therefore now like a more explicit assurance included in the special advisers Code of Conduct that not only are the highest standards expected of political advisers but that the preparation or dissemination of inappropriate material or personal attacks have no part to play in the job of being a special adviser, just as it has no part to play in the conduct of all our public life.
I also think it right to make it a part of the special advisers contract by asking our political advisers to sign such an assurance and to recognise that if they are ever found to be preparing and disseminating inappropriate material they will automatically lose their jobs.
I think you will agree that all of us in public life have a responsibility to ensure that those we employ and who are in involved in our parties observe the highest standards.
Like the overwhelming majority of figures in public life across the political spectrum, I entered politics because of a sense of public duty and to improve the lives and opportunities of those less fortunate than me.


My undivided focus as prime minister is on acting to make Britain a fairer, safer and more prosperous nation and, in particular, on guiding the country through the current economic difficulties.

The public would expect no less and would also expect the highest possible standards from all their politicians and all those who work for them.

Yours sincerely
Gordon Brown.


Brown, you arrogant shit. Face cancer is too good for you. I want you to choke to death on Rose Wests vaginal discharge. I want you to inhale cockroaches in your last breath. I want you to pull maggots from your eyes, ears and nose as your lungs dissolve, full of Cillit Bang. I want your fevered brow mopped with Anne Widdecombes panty liners.

31 comments:

Faux Cu said...

This is a wind up, right?

Obnoxio The Clown said...

"... used panty liners", if you please!

Guthrum said...

Not keen then

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

No mention of hard working families then, the one eyed spunkbubble.

captainff said...

@ Faux Cu

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7997044.stm

Apparently it's for real :o

Oldrightie said...

It's for real. They've also contacted any remaining blog rats from the putrid left to try and fill the temporary void left by McBride's loss of job. Probably he who has now devoted time off to recruiting an army, (well a handful is an army for Labour, these days) of second rate bloggers to carry on pushing the smears. Toilets the Cheerleader.
Some of us right wingers turn nasty after 12 years of this lot. Socialists are born like it.

spark up said...

I want your fevered brow mopped with Anne Widdecombes panty liners.

old holborn, i've got to admit you've got balls (for the moment anyway). british commandos have chosen the frontline in kandahar rather than face that detail.

anne widdlecum said...

i don't use panty-liners, mr holborn - i use the neck-ties of freshly deceased libertarian party members...right after i've personally strangled the little fuckers.

View from the Solent said...

If DK reads this, he'll hang up his keyboard.

Gareth said...

The meltdown clown calls for more codes to be added to the code of conduct.

No you fuckwit, apply the current codes properly.

It is the Government's notion that rules are for the little people that has helped get us into such a shit state as it is. The Westminster wankfest has distracted the public's attention from a morbidly obese public sector and civil service that is out of control, trying to do too much and struggling to do any of it competently. The politicians haven't the time or care to sort it out as they are too busy preening infront of the telly and photo cameras for the benefit of their chums in the media.


"My undivided focus as prime minister is on acting to make Britain a fairer, safer and more prosperous nation and, in particular, on guiding the country through the current economic difficulties."

You've had 12 years and failed. Now fuck off.

the doctor said...

OH , That last paragraph deserves a place in the annals of modern English literature . By the way I agree fully .

Anonymous said...

Yawn...
When is someone going to start tackling the press for describing Guido as a "tory" blogger?

Faux Cu said...

Jeez this clown lives in a parallel Universe.

That Big Hedron Circulatron Collider Thingy must have an offshoot on the Bakerloo line under 10 Downing Street and sucked the fucker into the vortex.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Yawn...
When is someone going to start tackling the press for describing Guido as a "tory" blogger?

13 April 2009 22:24

But he is!

He leans to the Tories and protects `Dave`.
the sanctimonious libertarian crap may as well be monster raving loony party for all the impact it has in the real world only the MRLP are more popular!

Man in the Street said...

Anony 22:37

Is it your turn in the Withdrawal Room?

Anonymous said...

Superb rant, OH.

However, if you dwell on the state of McSnot's foetid wife's cloaca, you'll see that Anne Widdcombe's clitty litter will hold no particular horror for the deranged, megalomaniac imbecile.

He should be made to fuck Cherie Blair until they are both dead.

Anonymous said...

Man in the Street said...
Anony 22:37

Is it your turn in the Withdrawal Room?

13 April 2009 22:50

I really wouldn't want to deprive you of your much needed treatment, still while you are there, please do try and come up with something original for your boring cut and past blog.

But please don't try comedy as you clearly don't have the talent for it!

Inane you do well, crass you do well, comedy? sorry - but no.

an ex-apprentice said...

"I have also written personally to all those who were subject to these unsubstantiated claims."

An unsubstantiated claim is not the same as an untrue claim. It is one where there is not sufficient evidence available either way to prove the claim true or false. By referring to McPoison's lies and complete fabrications in these equivocal terms, The Great Ruiner compounds the offence.

This should give rise to a further demand that Brown now make it clear that these were not "unsubstantiated claims", but outright lies totally without foundation.

Anonymous said...

How has he written to the unnamed MP re: gay slur? If he was unnamed,how does Gordon know who he is?

Anonymous said...

Gordon is not the only gay in Westminster village.

curly15 said...

Is there some sort of medical means of doing a "smear test" on Brown, and when is Draper going to stop digging his hole?

Anonymous said...

"I am assured that no minister and no political adviser other than the person involved had any knowledge of or involvement in these private emails that are the subject of current discussion."

OR TOM WATSON you twat!

Gallimaufry said...

"I have already taken responsibility for acting on this - first by accepting Mr McBride's resignation and by making it clear to all concerned that such actions have no part to play in the public life of our country."

No1 If he took proper responsibility for the matter he would have thrown McBride's letter of resignation back and sacked him without notice for gross misconduct just after asking the police to investigate whether any crimes had been committed. And then he would have demanded and received on a plate the balls of any Cabinet Office Minister with responsibility for McBride. Sir Gus would then be instructed to ensure that all Spads could recite the existing Code of Conduct word perfectly within a week.

aproposofwhat said...

Note the phrase "that are the subject of current discussion".

Looks like Snotty's shitting himself over what's going to come out in the next tranche of emails...

Anonymous said...

Even fuck ups and being caught out provide electioneering opportunities for Gordon.
What an unmitigated hoon this slimy creature is.

quiz time! said...

so there remains the nagging question: who really leaked the mcbride-draper emails? everyone loves a ripping hacking yarn, but i've got a feeling the answer is just sitting there staring us in the face and laughing at us. precious little discussion of the topic on this blog mind...

who had most to lose? the labour party, of course - but it looks increasingly likely that an influential socialist cabal actually wants to oust gordon brown in a gutless coup and convinced someone to pass guido an 'anonymous' email.

who had most to gain? guido and co presumably - in publicity, advertising revenue, and political credit with the tory party.

and who precisely was the individual put up to this swordid junking job?

was it:

(a) mr mcbribed - unemployed

(b) mr d paper - censor

(c) mr whatnotmeson - politician

(d) mr singer - new media consultant

(e) mr shilton - labour party goalkeeper

(f) miss e place - on-line advertizing agent

(g) mr pigswain - blogger

(h) none of the above

(i) any of the above

(j) a little green leprechaun

answers on a postcard to no.10 downing street please. (i know where my money is)

Anonymous said...

Nadine Dorries was on Pravda this morning making exactly the same point as OH, that there is already a very strict Code of Conduct from SpAds & it just has not been adhered to - no changes are needed to it, it just needs to be enforced. Nice to see Gordon, as usual, avoiding all responsibilaty 'it wasnae me'.
I'm still curious as to what will happen to Draper over this. As to who leaked the emails? There are some decent & honourable Labour people and & I imagine someone was appalled by it all & decided to take action.

The Penguin said...

The idea that Tom Watson at th enext desk and notionally in charge of McBride's day to day activities did not knw what was going on is ludicrous.

Only someone as deluded as Janet Daley could possibly believe it.

The Penguin

Dave H said...

I am assured that no minister note use of passive as arse-cover should further facts emerge.

I have already taken responsibility for acting on this - first by accepting Mr McBride's resignation... WTF? If you had sacked him, it would have been an action.

Mr McBride has apologised and done so unreservedly. Like fuck he did! Did you read actually read his resignation letter?

Any activity such as this that affects the reputation of our politics. OUR politics? What a cunt.

I entered politics because of a sense of public duty So, a habitual liar, bully and coward claims his motives are unswervingly moral.

Yours sincerely I’m going to puke.

Anonymous said...

Ironic, but he wouldn't choke to death on vaginal discharge if someone used products sourced from New Zealand website

http://www.redrag.co.nz/node/36

killemallletgodsortemout said...

"My undivided focus as prime minister is on acting to make Britain a fairer, safer and more prosperous nation and, in particular, on guiding the country through the current economic difficulties".


Proof, if it were needed, that he is a completely deluded, arrogant fuckwit.

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