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Paranoid PM Gordon "McSnotty" Brown bans cameras.

From the unveiling of a portrait of Mrs Thatcher.
Gordon Brown has banned television cameras from the unveiling of a portrait of Margaret Thatcher in Downing Street amid suspicions he is terrified of unflattering comparisons of their records.

Baroness Thatcher will effectively stage her own No 10 reunion when the painting by distinguished Royal artist Richard Stone is displayed in public for the first time. Most of the guests served with her in her Downing Street heyday - with Mr Brown the only Labour politician present.

No10 could not explain why the ceremony would take place behind closed doors. Friends of Lady Thatcher said she had no objection to cameras being there.

The decision is bound to prompt claims that Mr Brown does not relish the prospect of his two years of turmoil being compared to Lady Thatcher's 11 years of success.
I wonder if being paranoid is a symptom of his alleged use of  pills.  MAOIs - which stands for Mono Amine Oxidase Inhibitors - are generally a last line of treatment for major depression, when other anti-depressant drugs have failed. They can also be very effective in treating OCD. But they are potentially extremely dangerous. If the patient eats or drinks the wrong thing, they can result in death – hence the PM's "long list of forbidden foods".
If he thinks he has reason to be paranoid now just wait till the vile scum of New Labour are swept from power after the election.

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Robert said...

better then reading this crap though.