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Tony Blair - cleverer than we think

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Merlin Report 16 Jul 2008 15:08

Browns still pulling the strings of the Chancellor,Just letting some one else take the Flack for his Total Incompetence Over the last 10 years.**M**.


Muffyxx Report 16 Jul 2008 13:08

Not cleverer........just sneakier !!! xx


Susan Report 16 Jul 2008 13:08

Mr. Brown is soon to retire to Suffolk for his annual hols, I hear.


Bobtanian Report 16 Jul 2008 13:06

"Teflon Tony" aptly named, methinks


AnnCardiff Report 16 Jul 2008 13:05

If anyone should have been aware of the impending recession, surely it should have been the Chancellor of the Exchequer first, if he was any good at his job that is!! And let's face it, he was pretty quick to take the poisoned chalice wasn't he?


Harry Report 16 Jul 2008 13:03

Most people have a fixed view on TB (a la Margaret T and Diana). Just wonder if he saw this recession coming and got out at the right time.
He never gets a mention, and poor Mr Brown, (the ex chancellor of course), takes all the flak, whilst Tony is making hay.
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