Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Who pays for the crisis? When Labour was Labour

Flashback to sixteen years ago: Labour was under the leadership of John Smith, and one Gordon Brown was one year into being shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer. The UK was in recession and Labour knew who should pay for it: the rich, and big corporations



Labour was also witty and radical enough to attract Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie to appear in the party election broadcasts.

Certainly beats Brown gurning on Youtube and Darling telling the public sector it'll be cut and privatised with pay frozen

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