Blog DOB: 22 Jun, 2012
Name: Kaila Meyer
"Precious, precious, precious!" Blair cried. "My Precious! O my Precious!" And with that, even as his eyes were lifted up to gloat on his prize, he stepped too far, toppled, wavered for a moment on the brink, and then with a shriek he fell. Out of the depths came his last wail Precious, and he was gone.
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Pictured at the weekend, enjoying their shared leisure interest, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown attend a Star Trek Convention.
Prime Minister Tony Blair prepares for his final day where he is set to exit Number 10 in spectacular style.
Tony Blair opens his shirt outside 10 Downing Street to pose for a glamour shot, unexpectedly revealing the Kuato like creature he shares his body with.
This is not a normal day, said Tony Blair, prior to his public announcement about stepping down as Prime Minister. Within moments, both he and his lovely wife Cherie, were transformed into the great Spider King and Queen, and proceeded to run amok around parliament. A media blackout has been ordered and a state of emergency is to ensue before the feeding frenzy of their victims, frozen in finely spun gossamer webs, begins.
Tony Blair is expected to make a public statement today at 12:00 to confirm he is to stand down as labour leader. The announcement is set to spark a leadership contest.
Tony Blair ordered the Lord Chancellor Gordon Brown to work in his underpants following revelations that his tax credit system has made £6billion in overpayments and is set to write off close to £2billion of tax payers money as unrecoverable. Gordon was seen emerging from Downing Street in his pants, a little hunched over, but obviously seeing the amusing side of his predicament. A brief case covered his modesty.
A new Prime Minister and Lord Chancellor arrive in Munchkinland.
"A younger man can go for a drink with a senior man and talk about his career. But a younger woman, if she asks a man for a drink for the same purpose, we know what happens"
Cherie Blair addressing the Global Banking Alliance for Women World Summit in Glasgow during the week.
So how many died since the Iraq war? One estimate is over 600,000.
What if these were being made in the future and they kept sending them back?
"Is road pricing the right answer? I'm not saying it is - I'm saying lets look at it", responded Tony Blair to the 1.8million people who signed a petition on the number 10 Downing Street website opposing plans to introduce a mileage based road tax.
In an interview with the Daily Mirror Mr Blair is also quoted to say "I don't think this is an issue you railroad through against massive public objection.... I wouldn't personally .... engage in that type of Kamikaze politics."
So that will be unlike the Iraq war?
Tony Blair as Larry
David Cameron as Moe
Gordon Brown as Curly
Up to £29.5m of tax payers money is to be used to pay the salaries of undercover council officers to police the smoking ban when it is introduced in July . The Officers are empowered to covertly photograph and film those who light up in public. They can also issue on the spot fines of £50. Up to 1,200 officers are expected to be trained in the coming months.
and once upon a time Vulgaria was a fictional land..............
The debate surrounding the racist remarks allegedly passed by members of the "Big Brother House" against Shilpa Shetty, the very beautiful Shilpa I feel it has to be said, will no doubt be covered by thousands of blogs around the globe.
What really annoys me about this affair, is the speed at which the British Prime Minister Tony Blair,and "The Virtual British Prime Minister" ,as described by the BBC, Gordon Brown have commented on the affair. The affair has reached the floor of the Houses of Parliment during Prime Minister's questions yesterday,when Tony Blair answered a question posed by one of his backbenchers Mr Keith Vaz MP. Gordon Brown, presently on a tour of India, was also quick to respond, which I suppose is understandable as people in India are'nt overly impressed with the goings on, and he is walking around the place,smiling and pressing the flesh.
But contrast this with the lenght of time that it took Tony Blair to comment on the execution of Saddam Hussein, and the leaking of video of the same execution. Indeed contrast the speed of his response on this matter to any of the more contentious issues that have arisen over the last 4 or 5 years. Any of these matters, either from the Saudi Arms inquiry or the search for "Weapons of Mass Destruction" in Iraq and you end up asking yourself , where is the focus of these politicans?
D'ont get me wrong I totally against all sorts of racism and the demeaning of anybody, politicans and everyone should speak out and condemn such remarks, but should such matters get precedent over more serious political matters?
Its a pity that other Government agencies everywhere would respond with such speed, it would make life a little less stressful.Are you listening HMRC?