House of Commons to be cleansed

This election could be the biggest cleansing of the Commons since 1945, sweeping out hundreds of disgraced MPs and some of the worst ever holders of high office. Brown poured cash into hospitals and schools, tax credits, health and safety lunacy, endless regulation, and 600,000 pretendy state jobs for his supporters and clients. The billions lavished on health were trousered by the staff, tax credits funded fraudsters, and private finance initiatives have vastly increased our off-balance sheet debts. As the Enron Chancellor, he massaged results, double-counted cash, falsified targets and outcomes, and politicised the civil service making truth telling a sackable offence. It is a measure of his psychological unfitness for high office that he will admit no part in this failure and even has the demented hubris to demand another term in power.


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