Plaque

Gordon Brown

Gordon Brown and Ken Livingstone
Gordon Brown
Inscription

Gordon 'Goldless' Brown
Born 20th Feb 1951
Barred for life:- 2002
As Iron Chancer (1997 - 2007) he kept a close eye on the economy, unfortunately it was the blind one. Made Prime Minister in 2007 by a fellow jock without an erection.
A poor bullion trader, but an expert in bullshit, lies false manifestos and stealth taxes.
The greatest pension thief since Maxwell, and most prolific grave robber since Burke & Hare his fellow countrymen and idols.
He is a noted authority on 'black holes' and has created many of our own - no referendum needed on that!

Site: Gordon Brown and Ken Livingstone (2 memorials)

SW16, Wellfield Road, 1 - 3, Leigham Arms pub

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Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Gordon Brown

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