Blair Bribes Brown with keys to No10-But Mr Brown would
not betray OUR Country.
the Daily Mail on Saturday the 23rd of October an article by their
Political Correspondent James Chapman further supports the general view that
there appears there is nothing that Tony Blair would not do to betray OUR
Blair ‘offered Brown No 10
in return for joining the Euro.
Tony Blair tried to forge a pact with Gordon Brown whereby
he would stand down if the Chancellor backed plans to scrap the pound, it was
Former minister Clare Short said the Prime Minister had
twice used her as a go-between.
But she said the Chancellor refused the offer and insisted
the question of Britain entering the euro should be determined by economic
factors, not personal ambition.
He also did not trust Mr Blair not to renege on any
agreement, she claimed.
Miss Short’s allegations, in her new book An Honourable
Deception? offer an insight into the relationship between the two men at the
heart of New labour.
She is the first former minister to address Mr Blair’s
retirement plans in detail and record private conversations with both men.
Miss Short described the Prime Minister’s attempt to
strike a deal as ‘shockingly
dishonourable’ and ‘improper behaviour’.
She says that on the trip to West Africa in February 2002,
he sounded her out about the possibility of him handing over power. ‘He made it quite clear that he wanted me to tell Gordon what he had
The Prime Minister told her he did not want to carry on in
Downing Street for another term, she claims.
When Miss Short told Mr Brown, he said two other ministers had already
brought him the same message.
answer was, firstly, that such deals were not worth talking about because
previous agreements had not been kept, and secondly, he would not contemplate
recommending that we join the Euro in order to advance his own position, rather
than advance the economic interest of the country.’
At a second meeting in September last year ,
Mr Blair told her he still meant what he said in West Africa, Miss Short said.
Miss Short, who quit the Cabinet over Iraq, paints a
picture of hostility between Mr Blair and Mr Brown.
Her diary extracts, published in her book, record the
Chancellor saying he was ‘sick’ of fighting against bad proposals, including
Foundation Hospitals and University Top-Up Fees.
During the run-up to the Iraq conflict last year, Miss
Short claims Mr Brown told her he feared the Prime Minister was planning to
oust him, but that he would rather return to the back benches than be demoted
in the Cabinet.
Her diary records Mr Brown
predicting that Mr Blair’ doesn’t listen to him any more’ and was only thinking about
his reputation in history’.
Miss Short also suggests the
Chancellor had doubts about giving his full public support over the Iraq war.
Downing Street refused to
discuss the allegations. But in a speech today in London, Mr Brown will suggest
he would never allow political factors to influence Euro entry.
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altered-bolding used-comments in brackets]
the EDP has stated on many occasions over the past few years the acceptance of
the Euro by Britain would as with the New European Constitution signed by Tony
Blair on 18th June 2004 take away from the British people the right
to Self-Government as a Nation that no longer holds the purse-strings is no
longer a Free Independent Nation State.]
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Daniel Hannan - Forming an OPPOSITION
to the EU
WITH THE ONLY PARTY WITH A MANDATE
TO SET YOU
TO RECLAIM YOUR DEMOCRACY DON'T VOTE
FOR THE TRIPARTITE PARTIES IN WESTMINSTER
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THE QUESTION THAT THE VOTER MUST ANSWER
‘DO YOU WISH TO BE GOVERNED BY YOUR OWN PEOPLE, LAW AND CUSTOM OR BY
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-SIMPLE IS IT NOT?