Monday, February 27, 2006

More Gordon

From today's Independent:
Press claims of a PR machine designed to improve the public image of Gordon Brown as he positions himself as Britain's next prime minister are hopelessly flawed, says his former spin doctor Charlie Whelan
There then follows an article designed to improve the public image of Gordon Brown as he positions himself as Britain's next prime minister.

Meanwhile over in the Guardian the man himself is once again waffling on about his vision for Britian. He even mentions constitutional reform - but it's the House of Lords and votes for 16 year olds, not the West Lothian Question, that interest him. For all his talk about democracy and empowerment, he’s more than happy to see the English remain as second-class citizens.

Here's a word cloud of the article. It's all 'Britain' and 'British', 'liberty' and 'reform', 'young' and 'youth', but there's no hiding that great big overbearing 'government'.

(Via Snapshirts.)

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