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Iraq minutes 'must be released' - Fat PM Gordon Brown waddles in terror.

Now this should be fun: 

"Ministers have been ordered to release minutes of the cabinet meetings which discussed the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

The Information Tribunal upheld a decision by the Information Commissioner that details of the March 13 and 17 sessions should be disclosed.

The meetings considered the issue of whether the invasion was allowed under international law.

The government failed in its bid to block a Freedom of Information request asking for the release of the minutes.

The Cabinet Office now has 28 days to decide whether to appeal to the High Court against the ruling.

A Downing Street spokesman said they were "considering our response".

Cabinet minutes are not normally released until at least 30 years after the event - but the Tribunal stressed that disclosure of the Iraq material would not necessarily set a precedent."

It will be good to see how many are actually released, no doubt with lots of black marker across large amounts of paperwork.

No doubt fat PM Gordon Brown already has lots of manderins running about with marker pens censoring his role in all of this, his double chins must be quivering in fear at the thought of another scandal involving himself.

Still I am sure that this must be worrying him, lets just hope the strain is just to much for his fat laden body, his arm go's numb and a fatal heart attack ensues.

Go on Gordon start comfort eating, sooner you die the happier we will all be.

Gordon's problem is he thinks that the way to resolve the rapidly deepening economic crisis is via 'stimulus packages' with magic money plucked off the magic printing press.

With the ultimate of getting the banks to lend again and rebuild the very credit bubble and circumstances that landed us in the shit in the first place.

Like holding an alcoholics meeting in the local pub, you get full attendance but they all end up dead.
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2 people have spoken:

Houdini said...

What fun? It's going to cost me and you millions in defence payments for the Governments barristers to take this to the high court.

We have to pay to be denied what we want to know.

it's either banned or compulsory said...

The Cabinet Office now has 28 days to decide how to cook the books/falsify the transcripts.