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James Brokenshire has taken over as the UK's security and counter-terrorism minister following the resignation of Baroness Neville-Jones on Monday. Brokenshire, a former banker and Conservative MP since 2005, was previously parliamentary under secretary for crime reduction before receiving his promotion this week. The crime …

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Brokenshire?

Isn't that a euphemism for Essex?

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Coat

Nah!

Swindon, innit!

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Pint

My money was on Surrey...

...as I had the misfortune of passing through Redhill. But other parts clearly aren't.

So I think it's like London, Brokenshire doesn't coincide with traditional county boundaries, and comprises sizeable bits of Essex, Surrey, Wiltshire and so on. It's definitely home counties.

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FAIL

Not that c**t

that is all

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Boffin

"Yes, but...

... he's no c***", she cried. 'He's more of a man than you'll ever be!'

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Brokenshire?

It sounds like a place BBC News would make up to chart social decline.

Oh well good luck to him in the thankless job of explaining the government's security knee jerks to the world.

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says:

Don't upset the man. He knows where you live and is probably deeply sniffing your packets as I type.

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Anonymous Coward

Brokenshire the former banker?

I'd be surprised if he wasn't still a complete Merchant banker. Par for the course for Tory ministers..

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