The Brown government has now established a new Department of Energy and Climate Change, and appointed meteoric Labour politico Ed Miliband - younger brother of the Foreign Secretary, David - to lead it. "The new department reflects the fact that energy policy and climate change are directly linked," said Mr Miliband, taking up …
Is it because Miliband is the opposite of Infiniband?
surely a smaller Milliband...
should be called microband?
Another quango. Just what we all need!
Gordon has only got one ball;
Darling has two, but very small;
Have got them in their hands;
While poor old Ed Balls has no balls at all!
Here we go...
jobs for the boys.....
"fair to Ordinary familes"
Is that ones crippled by your "Green" policies on fuel and taxation?
Brown on Green, reminds me of a turd on the lawn......
Isn't that an object that plummets from a great height at great speed producing lots of sound and light but leaving nothing behind? Possibly the best description ever made of a New Labour Apparachik.
BTW. WTF is 'the Office of the Third Sector'? It sounds like something from a low-budget science fiction movie in which Jean Claude van Damme stands up to an Orwellian future by kicking lots of people very hard.
Genesis are touring again
Phil Collins is back, but they sound the same as when Phil Collins went away. The line up changes but the songs are the same.
Labour, the line-up changes but the song stays the same... going for a 1997 revival and trying to recapture faded glory doesn't work.
Ha, pass the humbug
As Minister for (Lack of) Energy, he will shortly be having to talk to the Russians. Doubtless big bro has told him about them, and how potty mouthed they can be. Especially to jumped-up little toadies and political hypocrites. You've got to hand it to the Russians - were it not for them the insulation from reality of the nu labor claque would be complete and total.
I thought the MoD were in charge of securing our energy future...
Wanna buy a UPS?
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