Blogroll Me! How This Old Brit Sees It ...: Harriet Harman Elected Gordon Brown's (Labour Party) Deputy ...

24 June 2007

Harriet Harman Elected Gordon Brown's (Labour Party) Deputy ...

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Gordon brown was today (Sunday 24th June 2007) officially installed as the new leader of Britain's Labour Party.

Go get more (from the Government), on the man.

Also today, The Right Honourable Harriet Harman QC, MP, became (elected) Deputy Leader.

Here's Harriet's Home Page.

It seems that Gordon ain't got one.

And, by the way, before you even think about asking -- don't bother -- we're still not sure of either of 'em. Nor whether or not we should trust 'em.

Words have always been cheap; particularly those of professional politicians. And we've already heard what these two have said.

What we want now is to see what they actually do.

And who to. And who for. And when. And how. And why.

Anyway, from the links we've already provided there's plenty of info for getting stuck into yourself.

Thereafter, watch this space.

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7 Comments:

Anonymous sam said...

Hmmm. An academic and a lawyer. Interesting.

9:55 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also interesting that Harman is a lawyer, just as Blair and his wife Cherie were. Cherie, the huge successful one - and Tony, the miserably failed one.

10:28 pm  
Anonymous rex said...

I wish I'd put a bet on at the bookies - she was a longshot with a good price. Hey-ho - story of my life.

11:38 pm  
Blogger enigma4ever said...

Enigma here...whelp....No webpage huh? whelp that isn't going to help establish trust or educate the masses eh....Thanks for keeping us masses informed Rick...

6:20 pm  
Anonymous whoever said...

Considering Harman says she's against 'spin' it hasn't taken her long to start spinning (and squirming) herself. Talk about 'same old, same old'. Pro-pols are pro-pols - period!

Harman denies Iraq apology call

Ms Harman beat five other contenders to the post
Labour's new deputy leader Harriet Harman has denied saying the government should apologise over the Iraq war.
She told BBC Radio's Today: "I've never said the government should apologise."

During the closely-fought campaign she said "I agree" when rival Jon Cruddas told a Newsnight hustings event that the Labour Party should "say sorry".


So can anyone tell me what the hell the difference is?

There's more here from the BBC..

12:17 am  
Blogger enigma4ever said...

Enigma of Watergate Summer here...

SO let me get this straight- she is denying the apology ? also denying that being in Iraq is a mistake?.....

( and to above you are right ,there is no difference....)

4:10 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BRIT FILTH.

11:06 pm  

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